Australian slot machine developer Ainsworth Game Technology has unveiled its A-STAR cabinet for the very first time on day one of this year’s ICE London.
The A-STAR adopts existing Ainsworth technology in a freshly crafted cabinet featuring a modular design, new curved and dual screen format, dynamic programmable LED lighting and state-of-the-art LCD touchscreen button deck.
Designed with the goal providing quality engineering and high level reliability, the cabinet will launch with a comprehensive library of new game titles including Ainsworth’s Multi Games brand.
The A-STAR game portfolio includes a wide variety of core and Standalone Progressive titles, as well as a line of new Link Progressives.
“Ainsworth is delighted to announce the release of its new A-STAR range of cabinets to be shown for the first time at ICE 2020,” said CEO Lawrence Levy.
“The first two cabinets in the A-STAR range are the Dual Screen featuring 2 x 27” full HD monitors and the A-STAR Curve, with its curved 43” monitor. This well-anticipated release is the result of extensive design and development led by our Sydney-based R&D team and brings Ainsworth into the new decade with beautifully updated cabinets to further enhance our newest game titles.”
Ainsworth is once again exhibiting its products in a section of Novomatic’s typically monstrous stand at ICE London. Novomatic acquired a majority 52% stake in the Australian firm in January 2018.