he company will exhibit ETG innovations including its Diamond Stadium, Universal Cabinet, Diamond Video Blackjack, MiniStar Dice, MiniStar Roulette and StarBar bar tops.
"Each year we look forward to the NIGA trade-show because it provides us with another opportunity to meet with our tribal partners and show them our latest innovations," said John Connelly, CEO of Interblock. "The products we will showcase this year will provide operators with easy ways to increase their revenue while also reducing their operating costs."
The highlight of Interblock’s booth will be the breakthrough form-factor, Universal Cabinet, which is a standalone unit with slot-like hardware designed to support a variety of games. Available in both video and automated formats, the product will demonstrate craps, roulette, blackjack and baccarat games and its ability to connect to external Interblock generators. Universal Cabinet is revolutionary to the gaming industry and will change the way a typical casino floor is configured.
Interblock's Diamond Stadium's can be configured with automated, video, dealer assist generators and/or live table platforms based on footprint availability. This flexible platform provides operators with the most efficient use of floor space when multiple games are activate. It offers the most versatile Stadium game portfolio to generating play 24/7 and reduces operating expenses. At the show, the Stadium will be configured with live, automated and video versions of Roulette and Multi-hand Blackjack and will demonstrate its connectivity to external Interblock generators on the booth.
MiniStar Dice will also be on Interblock's display. This product is composed of Interblock’s new micro-dice generator and play stations that are closely situated around it, providing excellent dice visibility for the player. It offers most of Interblock’s Diamond Craps features, but in a smaller footprint.
Diamond Video Blackjack will feature an enhanced Virtual Dealer with fast-deal graphics that have reduced waiting time for participating players resulting in more hands per hour. Each play station offers 27-inch high definition screens that allow players to play up to three industry-leading side bets at a time.
MiniStar Roulette will feature a new ball-chasing light and sound package designed to elevate the player experience. LED lights on the wheel and amplifying sound effects will chase the ball until the drops into a pocket.
Finally, the multi-game StarBar bar top allows players to interact with up to four games simultaneously including Craps, Multi-hand Blackjack, Roulette, Video Poker and more. At the show, the StarBar will demonstrate its ability to connect to external generators.