Bulgarian manufacturer among top ten finalists in “Land-Based Product of the Year” category

EGT shortlisted for Global Gaming Awards

Winners will be announced at a luncheon ceremony on 02 October, 2017 at The Venetian in Las Vegas.

United States 
| 10/08/2017

Euro Games Technology has been shortlisted in the Global Gaming Awards 2017 for one of its leading slot models – the P-27/27 St Slim. The company is among the top ten finalists for the third time in a row in the category “Land-Based Product of the Year” that acknowledges any equipment, technology or feature that has played a significant role in enhancing the overall land-based casino experience.

The P-27/27 St Slim cabinet is a member of the most popular product series of EGT – Premier, which is currently available in more than 80 countries worldwide. The model features two high-resolution 27-inch widescreen monitors, multimedia topper for 3D animations, game graphics and stereo sound system of highest quality, intelligent ambient LED illumination, responsive to the activated game, and innovative and ergonomic design, ensuring long-lasting comfort during the play.

The cabinet is designed specifically for high serviceability, providing an easy access to all of its main components. The product also outshines with an exceedingly rich gaming portfolio, that includes some of the most popular multigame mixes of EGT - another reason to be preferred over the equipment of many other competing manufacturers by both casino operators and players.

The GGA competition, powered by the B2B-gaming publication Gambling Insider in association with G2E, awards prizes in 12 categories for both land-based and digital gaming. An international jury of 60 industry leading judges defines the winners from the shortlisted finalists under the independent auditing of KPMG Gibraltar. They will be announced at a luncheon ceremony on 02 October, 2017 at The Venetian, Las Vegas.

Yogonet.com

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