t G2E, Multimedia’s booth features more than 140 gaming cabinets and premieres more than 20 new standalone games on production units of selected company’s mGame Gaming Cabinets. Multimedia’s Traditional Slim model video gaming cabinets were recently approved by Gaming Laboratories International.
In addition, Multimedia shows the Class III version of its Casino Commander Game Management System, the company’s configurable and downloadable gaming system. Among the Class III offerings will be its first three entries into the community games category.
Highlights of Multimedia’s G2E product display this year at G2E Booth number 2159 include new 2008 Game Library, including 44 new game themes. Also noteworthy are 9 titles specifically designed to take advantage of the mGAME Wide Body and Slant models’ screens and their expanded 16:9 aspect ratio by using the additional available screen space for bonus features and other entertainment value.
Besides, the Community Bonus Games: Bonus Revolution, Sport of Kings and Emperor’s Fortune comprise Multimedia’s entry into the community games category linking multiple players in bonus rounds activated by side bets.
The firm’s offerings for Progressive Jackpot Games include single-machine, local-area, wide-area and multi-tiered progressives. Additionally, production units of Multimedia’s proprietary gaming cabinet, previewed as prototypes at last year’s G2E show, will be demonstrated in multiple configurations.
mGame cabinets improve the gaming experience by making player controls more convenient and by including a premium three-way sound system that puts the player in the middle of the game while minimizing ambient casino noise.
In addition to these features, casino operators will benefit from the mGame cabinets’ premium components and versatility, because the TS and WB cabinets can be converted to either video or mechanical reel units without being removed from the casino floor.
Multimedia’s Casino Commander Game Management System will be presented on the new Class III standalone slot platform, which will feature configurable game themes, denominations and payouts, as well as in-revenue and out-of-revenue tournament formats and the top-screen Advertising Agent functionality, allowing operators to upload customized promotional messages to players.
Also, presented will be the Class II version, currently installed in seven locations in the US and Mexico, with configurable and downloadable games and denominations, in-revenue and out-of-revenue tournament capabilities, and the Advertising Agent service.
At G2E 2007, the latest versions of the three MGame Casino Management System modules: Player’s Passport, Cash and Cage and Slot Management will be on display, featuring new improvements to the user interface, data and analysis tools and expanded charts and graphs to give operators more timely information at their fingertips. With over 20 domestic and international installations, the MGame system has established a proven track record of fitting the needs of operators across a variety of gaming markets.
Commenting on the company’s G2E lineup, Clifton Lind, President and CEO of Multimedia, stated, "Our new and enhanced products presented at this year’s G2E underscore our commitment to developing new innovative products that leverage our game design and systems capabilities as we expand from a company that was primarily a niche supplier of linked electronic bingo products to one that is offering products for nearly all of the more traditional gaming markets”.
"Multimedia’s focus is on growing revenues from our current markets through the introduction of new games and platforms while simultaneously adapting many of these offerings to create new market opportunities for the company. We are confident that our 2007 G2E product previews will provide clear evidence that we are ’Ready to Play’ by delivering high earning games to our esteemed customers while establishing a more prominent presence in many growing gaming markets," he concluded.