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Newest product line Bluestar

Independent Gaming is an international leader in gaming technology for the casino, club and hotel industries.  The company manufactures and distributes poker machines and jackpot systems. The company was established in 1986 and has grown over the last 30 years to become one of the largest privately owned gaming machine manufacturers in Australia.  It is wholly owned and controlled by Lawrence Shepherd, the Managing Director.

The company will be showcasing their newest product line BLUESTAR in addition to their highly successful Flex-Link Jackpot system which is manufactured and distributed for the Australian and International market.

Bluestar has undergone two years of intensive project design and innovation to ensure it is suitable specifically for the Australasian gaming clientele.  Bluestar provides the latest visual and sound experience combined in a leading edge cabinet design.

The presence of the new bench/upright Bluestar poker machine will demand attention on any gaming floor.  

In addition to Bluestar, Independent Gaming also features their exclusive Flexi-Link jackpot system which was developed by their own R&D division.  More than 2000 Flexi-Links have been installed in gaming venues over the last 14 years since it was originally introduced into the market.

Independent Gaming also provides the NEMESIS, a leading edge slant/multi terminal slot product, complete with flip screen and foot play technology.

Independent Gaming offer technical servicing of poker machines on an ongoing basis. Its technicians have the expertise, experience and flexibility to customise machines and systems and deliver maintenance that suits the special requirements of individual customers.

Independent Gaming will be located at stand 450.

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