espite the challenges for the entire gaming industry this year, Global Gaming Awards Las Vegas 2020 celebrates the achievements in the sector and the companies that have worked hard and performed well in the past 12 months.
The EGT’s slot model is shortlisted in the category “Land- Based Product of the Year”, distinguishing the contribution of any piece of equipment, technology or feature to the enhancement of the land-based casino experience. The cabinet will compete for the first place with 9 other products and the final winner will be announced on a ceremony which will be held virtually on 5th October as part of the G2E digital event.
G 55C VIP is the most noteworthy member of the General series – the newest generation slot models of EGT. For its creation the manufacturer has used its latest technologies, refined materials, vast accumulated experience in engineering design and has also prepared a highly competitive multigame library with HD graphic quality, efficient math models and top diversity.
Its 55-inch frameless curved display with integrated touch screen embraces the player with clear, sharp and vivid HD picture, showing all the information and menus in an easy to comprehend and use arrangement. The high-quality stereo sound adds even more realistic feel to the game for superior overall experience. The keyboard with dynamic touch display and electromechanical buttons is modern, large and convenient. The built-in USB port for fast charging is another benefit for the players and the included adjustable multimedia chair brings the comfort to its maximum levels, creating individual gaming space that is ample and VIP-felt. The incorporated sound and game controls in the armrests and stereo speakers in the headrest facilitate the easy, relaxed and pleasurable interaction with the rich content of the multigame mixes, provided with the cabinet.
“The G 55C VIP is one of our most promising models,” commented Stanislav Stanev, sales and marketing director of EGT. “It is positioned in the upper slot segment where the qualities of the product are judged through the prism of luxurious look, pampering comfort and high-end technologies. It is created for the highest level of slot service that an operator may grant to its patrons.”
The GGA competition is powered by the B2B-gaming publication Gambling Insider in association with G2E and awards prizes in 12 categories, covering the land-based and digital aspects of the industry. The judging panel is of 100 C-level executives from the biggest and most notable gaming companies, including manufacturers, suppliers, casino operators and experts. Official voting adjudicator this year will again be KPMG Isle of Man.