ome of the highlights from international leading exhibitor companies that visitors can see at the floor show include:
New Bally products at ICE 2012
Bally’s first double-play game Grease, featuring two 25-line games - enabling the player to play two games at once - are on show at ICE 2012. Based on the 1950s’-era teen movie, the Pro Series Upright V22/22 cabinet allows players to enter the world of Rydell High using the iDeck touchscreen. Other new products include Fishn for Loot and Temple of Mystery.
Find Bally on stand 3540.
Spielo show Egyptian Gold
Spielo International’s first progressive link using Episodic Gaming can be seen at ICE 2012. Egyptian Gold incorporates more features and bet options as more action becomes available and offers a 5-level progressive play-off. Other Spielo products on display include Mermaid’s Spell, Amazing Amber, and the Absolute Azure.
Visit Spielo on stand 3015.
Aristocrat revamps slot royalty
A new version of Queen of the Nile is being showcased at ICE Totally Gaming 2012. The gaming goddess returns as Queen of the Nile Legends DSAP (Double Standalone Progressive) format paves the way for other games scheduled for European release in 2012. Also on the stand is the Phantom, Thunder King, Hero’s Fortune and Hooray for Honeywood. “The game has been a global player favourite for 15 years,” commented Bas Visser, head of product and marketing at Aristocrat. “Having recently made the transition to online platforms, it’s now ready as a multi-game format featuring Queen of the Nile Classic and Queen of the Nile Deluxe.”
Aristocrat is exhibiting on stand 3415.
Gtech reveal 3D Casino Job
Gtech G2 launched a full array of new products at ICE Totally Gaming, including Casino Job, its first 3D offering. The full service provider from the UK also debuted GMS Flightboard, which allows operators to talk and interact with players in real time.
Gtech G2 is appearing at ICE on stand 5260.
3M use unveil new products
New product prototypes based on 3M Projected Capacitive Technology (3M PCT) are being showcased for the first time at ICE. New products include multi-touch desktop display models designed for high-fidelity touch LCD displays ranging up to 32 inches. ICE 2012 is the European demonstration platform for a new range of desktop displays that offer 20 simultaneous touch events at an ultra-fast 6 millisecond response time. Other stand demonstrations include 3M MicroTouch System SCT3250EX and 3M MicroTouch SCT7650EX.
3M is exhibiting on stand 4360.
JPM to max ICE
JPM’s Video Max Power has been available in Europe for the past few weeks. Exhibiting at ICE 2012, the machine can be configured to operate on a local or remote server and features graphics and audio, as well as switchable community bonus features, displayed on overhead TFT screens. The company is also exhibiting five new games from their AWP and Club back catalogue; Casino 5ive Liner, Full House, BigX, Turbo Gold and A Pot Of Gold.
Visit JPM at stand 3340.
Net Entertainment brings the magic “Touch” to ICE
Net Entertainment has officially launched Net Ent Touch, a suite of games specifically created for iPhones and iPads,. Two of the casino game provider’s most popular video slot titles, Gonzo’s Quest and Jack Hammer, are the first to undergo the conversion, and will initially be joined by blackjack on the platform.
Net Entertainment is at ICE stand 5280
Inaugural ICE Totally Gaming Awards a complete success
Over 300 international gaming industry leadersattended the inaugural ICE Totally Gaming Awards 2012 Monday 23rd January at central London’s prestigious 8 Northumberland Avenue. Held prior to ICE Totally Gaming, the evening’s packed audience of international dignitaries saw Ron Goudsmit and Wes Himes receive outstanding service awards, and Jan Jones receiving a Lifetime Achievement accolade.
The UK Gambling Commission’s Director of Regulation, Nick Tofiluk, headed a distinguished panel of international regulatory experts at the opening seminar of the World Regulatory Briefing conference, entitled “Setting the scene for 2012”. The Belgian Gaming Commission’s Peter Naessens and Birgitte Sand of the Danish Gaming Board also appeared to discuss topics including differing international regulatory approaches and key developments in jurisdictions around the world.