Featuring Diamond King 2 multigame

CT Gaming secures first installations of newest slot machine NEXT in Bulgaria, at Merkur-branded casinos

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Gaming solutions provider CT Gaming has announced that its newest slot machine, called NEXT, is already live on the Bulgarian market. The first installations were made at Palms Merkur Royale, and in the gaming halls of Palms Merkur in Sofia, both subsidiaries of Gauselmann Group.

According to a press release Tuesday, the casino managers' feedback shows that the machines "perform excellently." The company described the NEXT solution as a development that combines "innovative technology with breathtaking software."

NEXT features two 27" UHD monitors and a 27" video topper, which is optional. It also includes a convenient play deck, a large CMS panel, a button panel, a built-in i-deck, and a built-in USB for phone charging.

The slot machine is described as "a reliable product designed to bring excellent results to operators and great experience to their customers." It comes with the multigame Diamond King 2, which according to the company is already among the most sought-after products in the locations.

Diamond King 2 consists of 50 games. Ten of them are linked to the 3-level progressive jackpot Diamond Tree that can be won on every bet. The client can win several prizes at once and several levels or several times the same jackpot level.

Biser Bojanov, Director of Business Development and Strategies at CT Gaming, stated: "The machine quickly became a hit product in the casinos and gaming halls where we already have installations. With cutting-edge design combined with the company's latest multigame Diamond King 2, NEXT is already among the most preferred by our customers."

"NEXT will unleash its potential in the coming months. In combination with the latest multigame from the Diamond King series, an excellent and fascinating combination is obtained, which covers all possible preferences," he added.

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