Konami Gaming, Inc. announced a strong showcase of new game series and slot cabinets featured at the ICE 2019.
More than 30,000 guests will have the chance to experience Konami’s leading progressive game offerings and single-screen releases for Concerto Crescent and Stack. Money Galaxy, Agent: Magnifying Jackpots, Magician’s Charm, and Sparkling Roses: Color Bloom are among the top series featured at this year’s ICE for the first time.
In addition, this year marks the ICE premiere of Konami’s newest slot cabinets: KX 43 and Concerto Opus.
Both are arriving at Konami stand S7-110 with 4K Ultra HD displays and an exciting mix of debut game titles.
“This year at ICE London, guests will discover a record variety of single-screen releases for Konami’s curved Crescent and tall Stack cabinets, backed by top-performing play mechanics from symbol-driven links to Strike Zone,” said Eduardo Aching, vice president, international gaming operations. “In addition to showing exceptional results across diverse markets, Konami’s library of single-screen content offers flexible configuration options for multi-denom, multi-currency, and multi-game.”
Agent: Magnifying Jackpots and Inspector: Sign of the Jackpots are among the featured Strike Zone titles for Crescent and Stack. Throughout gameplay, players have the option to activate additional reel areas for expanding full-reels wilds and higher jackpot odds by increasing their selected Strike Zone at higher extra bet amounts. In addition to multi-denom and multi-currency options, this standalone jackpot series is SeleXion multi-game compatible. Star Watch is another popular Strike Zone series featured on the floor of this year’s ICE London, with standalone progressive jackpots and instant symbol-driven credit prize awards.
“Continuing the success of Smash Smash Festival, Konami’s ICE 2019 lineup includes five new linked progressive jackpot games for dual-screen Concerto upright and Slant,” said Aching. “All feature original math and mechanics, from pick ‘em progressives to Stay & Spin instant credit prizes.”
Symbol-driven linked progressives Money Galaxy and Thunder Arrow are among the debut series for Konami’s Stay & Spin feature.
Both are showcased at ICE 2019 on Concerto upright and provide players the chance at multi-round credit collect bonuses throughout gameplay. Guests at ICE 2019 will also discover SeleXion-compatible linked progressives Magician’s Charm and Power Boost Inferno. Similar to Smash Smash Festival, these jackpot games can combine with a mix of popular Konami base games, including Chili Chili Fire, Dragon’s Law Twin Fever, and Lion Carnival.
This year marks the ICE debut of Konami’s 43-inch screen KX 43 and 65-inch screen Concerto Opus cabinets, with 4K Ultra HD. Both machines offer a relaxed slant top, dual spin buttons, dual cup holders, and exceptional 4K game library. Concerto Opus is a large-screen video slot cabinet, for comfortable enjoyment by players and pairs. KX 43 is a new cabinet type from Konami, with a standard base width and edge lighting effects that extend from the topper to the floor.
Guests at ICE London are encouraged to visit Konami stand S7-110 to explore these and more new releases.
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