ogether with its local partner Genesis Games, Amatic Industries ensured it showcased its latest gaming machines to the Irish market– the Performer Grand Arc (PGA) slant-top and the AMAROX 24 upright. Both cabinets are available with a large number of games – split into two easy-to-recognise sections – ‘Top Games’ and ‘New Games’.
Having its finger on the pulse of Irish gaming, the Amatic team launched its new two-level machine-based jackpot system – the Multi Jackpot 10 and the Multi Jackpot 50. Both offer twelve distinguished games. The Multi Jackpot 10 hosts ten-liner games such as ‘Fruit Express’, ‘Hot Scatter’ and ‘Wild 7’. The games on Multi Jackpot 50 are played over 50 lines, such as ‘Bells on Fire’, ‘Wild Shark’ and ‘Vampires’. Both types of Multi Jackpot are sold in pairs so that each player has the chance to choose to play ten or fifty liner games on two Amatic gaming machines placed side-by-side.
“Our new Multi Jackpot solution was the focus for practically all the operators who came to see us”, explained Hans Bierrum from Genesis Games. “This is a great compliment to our successful Multi Game concept. Naturally we also continue to concentrate on the Roulette Grand Jeu electronic roulette from Amatic Industries. It remains a favourite with many players in Ireland despite the increased number of companies offering something that looks like a similar roulette solution. Amatic Industries is a household name in gaming and Ireland and has been for many years”.
“The teams from Amatic Industries and Genesis Games would like to thank all the visitors who came to see our selection of product at this year’s show. The feedback and demand for our products and solutions proved once again that we are the preferred gaming machine provider to many operators in Ireland,” concluded Bierrum.