Manufacturer and supplier of gaming products AGS is debuting its first high denomination games and more at this year's Oklahoma Indian Gaming Association (OIGA) Trade Show. The company is showcasing its latest products at the event, which is being held August 9-11 in Tulsa, at Booth 808.
The highlight of AGS' participation is the showcase of the company's first high denomination 3-reel video games: Mega Diamond and Gold Inferno. The operator-selectable, player-selectable multi-denomination games mark AGS' entrance into the segment, a press release explains.
In addition, AGS is exhibiting game titles from its growing library, available on multiple cabinets. Wheelcharged and Wheelcharred from the Mega Boost game family is shown with its 360-degree spinning topper on the Orion Curve Premium cabinet in a pod configuration consisting of four machines.
Games displayed on the Orion Curve cabinet include games from the Ultimate Choice Jackpots game family, Red Silk, and Aztec Chief, which were recently made available in the Class II market "after proving successful in Class III," the company says.
Additionally, Monkey Legends and Panda Blessings from player-favorite game family Imperial 88; and "visually stunning" games Samurai Gold and Diamond Heist from the More Wilds Extra Cash game family, are also available in both Class II and Class III.
The company's Starwall cabinet "lights up the show" with Pots O’ Luck. This colorful leprechaun theme is "a standout" on the 72.25-square-foot LED backdrop, also among products displayed at the expo. Meanwhile, a set of "lovable" characters come to life in Golden Boat and Lucky Nuggets, displayed on the dual-screen Orion Slant.
As for tables, AGS’ progressive Bonus Spin Xtreme is spinning on roulette, "creating community-style gameplay with a linked jackpot." Additional table products on display include Free Bonus Blackjack and the single-deck shuffler PAX S.
The OIGA trade show and conference is being held at the Cox Business Convention Center, and is expected to draw nearly 3,000 tribal representatives, vendors and visitors to one of the largest Indian gaming markets in the United States. Tribes in Oklahoma operate more than 130 gaming facilities, according to data released by the National Indian Gaming Commission in August 2021, surpassing any other state.
While its growth has helped it branch out to becoming an all-inclusive commercial gaming supplier, AGS has its roots planted in the Class II Native American gaming market, making the OIGA trade show an important stop for the brand.