Novomatic to Celebrate 40th Year at NIGA

Novomatic Americas will showcase parent Novomatic AG’s 40th anniversary at NIGA’s Indian Gaming Tradeshow with its most comprehensive portfolio of gaming entertainment technology to date.

Novomatic to Celebrate 40th Year at NIGA

Supported by the Novomatic Group, Novomatic Americas will celebrate its parent company Novomatic AG’s 40th anniversary at the National Indian Gaming Association Indian Gaming Tradeshow March 26-27 with a theme reflecting a broad product portfolio at Booth 1925.

Entertainment-centric cabinets, new sports betting technology, and many modern progressives will be the focus on the Novomatic Americas stand this year. Tribal gaming customers will see the growth and commitment with an emphasis on player entertainment as Novomatic’s product lines are showcased alongside a substantial variety of highly entertaining new themes, core content, systems, new sports betting kiosks, ETG platforms and new progressive jackpot product lines.

“Our theme and hardware creativity, as well as the scope of our new game products, bonus features and progressive development, have significantly increased, as we continue to emphasize innovation that transforms the player experience,” said Rick Meitzler, president, and CEO of Novomatic Americas.

“Our product lineup at NIGA will again demonstrate our commitment to creating meaningful products that add value for tribal casino operations and drive economic growth. We are excited to demonstrate the further evolution of Novomatic Americas gaming technology experiences at NIGA as we showcase our most engaging product portfolio yet.”

Featured at the Novomatic Americas booth will be the company’s latest suite of linked progressive product lines, including the showcase of the Money Party link, the gorgeous Samurai Beauty as well as the Ji Deng Gao Zhao link and the wildly successful Thunder Cash link, with the addition of the Golden Seas theme.

The Money Party link features an attractive progressive package and mix of two themes, Fruity Fruity and Juicy Juicy. The link will appeal to a wide variety of players. “Novomatic has put a fresh spin on fruit games with desirable jackpot mechanics, and new trigger features sure to produce sweet entertainment,” said the company in a release.

Stand-alone progressive products will be prominently featured with the new Prize Pays games, the Pay Day Progressive series and the mesmerizing Dancing Tiger and Dancing Lantern stand-alone progressive games.

With the latest hardware solutions featuring exclusive gaming content, the Panthera Curve 1.43 and V.I.P. Lounge Curve 1.43 are the player standard as the perfect HD gaming curved viewing angle and proven performance will keep customers engaged and operators adding more to their floor. The compact V.I.P. Lounge Curve 1.43 with the successful Pay Day product line, including Prized Panda, Prize of the Nile, Pay Day and the new Pay Day Plus, offer something for every player.

The Panthera Curve 1.43 also delivers a visually compelling gaming experience. The curved screen and viewing angle enhance the suite of premium game content offered, including the enticing new Eternal Mandarin Ducks and Royal Crane themes. The captivating Samurai Beauty on the Panthera Curve 1.43 creates a focal point on any casino floor with breathtaking art and incredible game-play experience.

The expanded portfolio will include more ETG options with an exclusive Fazi Roulette offering, increased side bets as well as the proven myACP casino management system and the popular Novomatic ActionBook self-service betting kiosks.

“We strive to be that valued entertainment choice for our tribal partners, and look forward to demonstrating the extended breadth of our games portfolio, as we build on our momentum in multiple categories, especially the progressive slot segment,” said Meitzler.

“We’re showcasing unique ETG products, extending our growing position in the progressives segment, and further expanding the capabilities of our Novomatic ActionBook and myACP products, including our NovoRewards kiosks. We have a lot to talk about, and we’re focused on our growth over the next 40 years.”