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Elektroncek unveils its latest and greatest multiplayers at G2E Asia

Tuesday, 15 June 2010 08:00
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Elektroncek's G4 Organic Multiplayer

Elektroncek is showing off its G4 Organic range of video-based multi player and multi game machines under the Interblock brand at G2E Asia 2010.

The Organic concept was launched at the International Gaming Expo in London in January. It relates to the effort the Slovenian company has put in to making its new generation of multi terminal gaming machines suit the environment of a modern casino gaming floor both in terms of space efficiency and good looks, as well as providing products that delight the players and are comfortable to use.

The company's aim with Organic is to deliver the highest quality and most innovative multi player technology combined with operational efficiency and player friendliness in a highly eye catching and attractive package distinctively different from what's on offer from competitors in the segment. That's in terms of the footprint of the equipment on the floor, so that operators can maximise their returns relative to the amount of space the products take up on the floor, and in terms of the ergonomics and comfort for the players.


"Our sales team will reveal a number of exciting purchasing opportunities for our products during the show," says Michael Hu, Regional Sales Manager at Interblock Asia Pacific.

"We're looking forward with great pride and enthusiasm to welcoming existing and future customers at G2E Asia."

Features of the G4 Organic multi player range include:

• modular design, with the ability to offer a variety of choices in shape, design and functionality;

• several games in a single gaming machine, including sic bo, craps, video roulette, video horse racing games, baccarat, mechanical blackjack and baccarat, live bingo and keno, allowing operators to configure equipment according to market demands;

• switchable games allowing rapid change from a currently running game into any other supported game.

Products featured at Interblock's display at CotaiExpo at The Venetian Macao included:

• Organic Island multiplayer, multigame system designed to maximise the potential of any casino floor space including electromechanical Organic Card for baccarat or blackjack, electromechanical Organic American roulette and electromechanical Organic dice for sic bo.

• Organic Roulette Feng Shui, a special new design for eight player machines.

"We're very much looking forward to introducing our brand new and innovative range," says Michael Hu.

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