JPM to present its latest innovations at ICE 2012
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JPM will also be demonstrating its latest innovations in online content development via JPM Interactive (JPMi )and its proprietary Gameology platform.
Following the successful launch of Video Max Power, hailed as a 'revolution in gaming' by operators now empowered to maximise machine performance and ultimately, their returns, JPM will also be demonstrating its latest innovations in online content development via JPM Interactive (JPMi) and its proprietary Gameology platform.
Visitors to ICE will experience the latest generation of Video Max Power based on the new JPM platform utilising the Quixant QXi- 200 all in one PC based gaming controller. The resultant system delivers absolute flexibility combined with state of the art graphics and all operating on a remote or local server.
Available in single or multiple units connected throughout a location, Video Max Power will be shown at ICE in dual machine and the popular three machine format with eye-catching overhead TFT bonus display screen. A compendium of popular JPM games is pre-loaded and players can scroll through to make their selection via touch screen. Exciting new community bonus and switchable features have also been added, plus the entire system is available in multiple currencies and languages.
Encouraged by the reception and subsequent sales of Video Max Power, Sales and Marketing Director Simon McCarthy explained the current strategy saying: “We’ve embarked upon an intensive games development programme for Video Max Power to satisfy demand. The Quixant technology and shift to video have also enabled JPM to leverage its huge library of successful games with the added dimension of stunning graphics”.
“Video Max Power is pushing further into Eastern Europe and we’ve identified new markets, including the United Kingdom, for the launch of locally configured product,” he added.