Gaming Arts to Display Its Largest G2E Lineup

Gaming Arts will stage its largest booth ever at Global Gaming Expo, along with the largest portfolio of games the supplier has shown since moving into casino slots.

Gaming Arts to Display Its Largest G2E Lineup

Gaming Arts, one of the fastest growing gaming suppliers in North America, will have its largest booth ever at G2E 2022 along with introducing the biggest portfolio of innovative new games in company history. Also on display will be a long list of proven top performers and new technical innovations.

Just one of the headliners at G2E will be the new Pop’N Pays More! series of games for its sleek VertX49 portrait cabinet which include Piñatas Ole, Big Top, and the recently launched, and massively successful, Brian Christopher’s Pop’N Pays More!. This game is already performing at up to 4 times house average on gaming floors across the country.

Christopher, America’s No. 1 slot influencer with over 320 million views, collaborated closely with the top game designers at Gaming Arts to produce the new game. He will be at the Gaming Arts booth from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m. on Tuesday and intermittently throughout the show and will host a slot tournament on Tuesday and Wednesday at 3 p.m.

The slot tournament will be live-streamed, and the winner each day will receive a dream cruise of their choice from Gaming Arts partner Carnival Cruise lines. Entries may be made at the Gaming Arts booth 1853 at G2E.

Kung Fu Empress, another popular title, also will be on prominent display. This energetic and vibrant game is proving to be a fast favorite among players with performance to match. From incredible animations to an upbeat soundtrack, this game stands out among other games on casino floors and as the Kung Fu Empress battles her enemies, the bigger the enemy, the bigger the win.

Future favorites Egyptian Gems series, the Cash Quest series, Winning Wings series and GO Games! series, will also be prominently featured on the show floor. Also, not to be missed are the new Big Fat Dragon, the Lucky Pick series and many more.

As for new games for the Gaming Arts’ patented HaloTop wheel cabinets, a series of new games will be on display including Spooky Spins, Fortune Flip, Giant Gold Bar, Triple Double 7sand more. In addition, Gaming Arts will be showcasing the Ocean Phoenix game from its Taiwanese partner, Jumbo Technologies. This truly unique six-player arcade style game is the first of its kind to enter the North American market and has demonstrated exceptional performance at all locations.

On the electronic table games front, Gaming Arts’ Casino Wizard’s popularity across gaming floors from coast to coast has led to the creation of Casino Wizard VIP, the world’s most advanced and feature rich ETG. A first of its kind, Casino Wizard VIP, includes everything players loved about the original and expands upon it by adding four new titles, for a total of eight games. These include Pai Gow Poker, Triple Card Poker, Super Big 6 Wheel and Gaming Arts’ proprietary game Swap ‘Em Poker, along with the original game lineup of blackjack, craps, roulette and baccarat.

In addition to its vast library of slots and ETGs, Gaming Arts continues as the world leader in bingo and keno games and related technologies. On display at G2E, the company will be showcasing its latest innovations in the bingo and keno spaces, including the world’s first TITO enabled self-serve EZ-Keno kiosk along with its “Super Win” and “Super Promo” technologies for bingo and casino promotions.

“Casino floors and our customer needs are constantly evolving, and Gaming Arts is focused on anticipating players’ diverse needs as well as customer expectations,” said Jean Venneman, chief operating officer of Gaming Arts. “With the successful launches of unique games such as the social slot influencer-focused Brian Christopher’s Pop’N Pays More!, Casino Wizard VIP and arcade-style Ocean Phoenix game, it is clear that customers’ expectations are changing, and it is exciting to be one of the front runners in this ever-expanding space.”

David Colvin, chairman and founder of Gaming Arts, commented, “This G2E promises to be our most ambitious show ever, and I could not be prouder of the entire team at Gaming Arts and the unique corporate culture we have developed. Although we may not be the largest manufacturer in the gaming space, I believe that our culture of innovation and creativity are unmatched, leading to truly amazing new games and technologies which can be seen and enjoyed across North America and beyond.”

For more information, visit Booth 1853.