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Live 5 Gaming is proud to announce that its latest online game, ‘Stairway To Heaven’ is released on Sky Vegas today.
Stairway to Heaven follows on from the huge success of Live 5’s first game for Sky Vegas; ‘The Sky’s The Limit’ and is backed up by Sky’s impressive marketing strength. In addition, Sky has now commissioned the next Live 5 game into development.
“We had a hugely successful ICE show last month which consolidated the fantastic progress the team at Live 5 has made since we restructured in October 2016 to focus exclusively on the online gaming sector,” says Commercial Director Lloyd Butler.
“We are extremely excited to launch our second game ‘Stairway To Heaven’ during Cheltenham Week and to continue to work closely with the Sky team to develop innovative games for its players,” adds CEO Roy Howell.
Live 5 has a simple philosophy based on 3 key ingredients:
- Innovative games
- Developing and retaining relationships
- Delivering on time
About Live 5 Gaming:
The team at Live 5 boasts an impressive 200 years of combined industry experience in the pub retail, arcade, LBO and online sectors. We are a team of passionate individuals who come together to create high quality games for some of the world’s leading gaming operators. We are able to draw upon years of gambling experience in both analogue and digital arenas. We believe our depth of product knowledge is unrivalled in the industry.
Project’s Mega Bars Big Cash is the latest B3 model to be given the spotlight treatment by RLMS Sales this week. Already an iconic game in its own right, this latest version has been made available with a back library of 24 titles. The aim is to offer a game with a great brand identity that players will instantly recognise within a multi-game environment and give operators absolute flexibility, allowing them to introduce extra titles from the back library at a pace that suits their location and in line with pay cycles or internal promotions.
Territory Sales Manager Jonathan Lauder explained: “Mega Bars is a game that arcade and bingo players already know and love. It made perfect sense, therefore, to present the game in its own branded machine with an in-built back library rather than lose it among a compendium. The net result is that we are now able to offer one of the best games on the market as part of a future proof package that fits beautifully in a multi-game area.”
An added incentive for operators, according to Lauder, is the inclusion of a £1.50 stake. He noted: “The decision by Project to introduce a £1.50 stake option on this game is a really welcome development for both the player and the operator. From a player perspective it gives them a chance to stake up without having to commit fully to a £2 spin. It’s a nice compromise that will give them the opportunity to win bigger for only a moderate increase in stake. For the operator, this has the added benefit of raising the average stake across their location. It’s a win-win!”
Mega Bars Big Cash comes presented in the sleek and desirable Advantage Chrome cabinet, complete with full HD graphics, and is TITO ready. It also works with Project’s increasingly popular loyalty card system.
Innovative Technology Ltd. (ITL) has continued their great start to the year having returned from a successful ICE Totally Gaming 2017. The company used ICE, the largest exhibition in the industry’s calendar to launch their latest groundbreaking innovation the NV200 Spectral.
Lane Master from Unis Games was shown on the Instance Automatics stand at EAG.
It is a video bowling alley that makes use of sensors to translate real rolls into the software. The playfield length is the same as on classic alley games.
Lane Master comes with 3 monitors. 1 for each player (the game supports multiplayer), and an additional monitor in the middle marquee area that shows the scores for both players. This monitor also allows the operator to display custom promotional video/image content.
The game uses traditional bowling rules with the overall style of the software matching the sleek neon lights of the physical cabinet. The gameplay is occasionally spiced up with special bonus games that would not be possible in a real life bowling alley.
Exciting opportunity as a Field Service Engineer with Gamestec Leisure Limited, one of the largest and most progressive suppliers of coin operated amusement equipment throughout the UK. This is a field based role and involves repairing and servicing all Gamestec products at various customer sites throughout the region to the Company standard.
Globally renowned cash handling equipment provider, Innovative Technology Ltd. (ITL) has continued its rapid expansion and is set to introduce a ground-breaking new banknote validator, the NV200 Spectral. The next step in banknote validation equipment will feature incredible sensing technology that has never before been seen in the industry.
In an incredible technological leap, the NV200 Spectral banknote validator is able to capture 100% of a banknote by scanning up to 4.8 million datapoints – a figure that is unmatched by industry competitors. This number is able to be reached due to the full spectral imaging sensors that are built into the validator. The sensors can accurately discern between authentic and counterfeit notes and boast an acceptance rate of new and street grade notes of over 99%.
ITL’s Technology Director, Dr Matthew Strong, said “Incorporating spectral sensors into one of our products has long been a goal held by myself and the Research & Development team. However, until now the technology was not available to meet our ambitions. The optical sensors not only allow us to capture more of the note than ever before but also help us to prevent fraud manipulations. Our unique security feature extraction ability allows us to isolate specific security features within the note and scan them to make 100% sure of the authenticity of banknotes.”
NV200 Spectral retains the unit’s modular design, allowing additional functionalities in the form of add on modules featuring note recycling, ticket printing or a tamper-evident cashbag. Regardless of which modular add-on component is connected to the NV200 Spectral, the unit retains its industry-leading performance. The Spectral version, however, improves on the previous unit’s note-to-note processing speed and is now able to validate notes within two seconds – improving transaction time and operator profitability. The Spectral retains the exact dimensions of its predecessor but is now able to support a 24V power supply.
Matthew continued “The original NV200 was one of our most popular products and in many ways it is difficult to improve upon. However, we’ve managed to build upon our best in class performance and deliver a product that will truly revolutionise the validation industry. There are many times when a new product or feature is overblown but I can honestly say that the Spectral is a game changer. Now that we have been able to harness to power of spectral sensors, we are going to implement this technology into more of our core products to benefit our global customers.”
The NV200 Spectral will continue to support the SMART Payout and SMART Ticket add-on modules, which have been so well-received by our customers. The SMART Payout is a high-quality banknote recycler. The product can store all denominations from a given currency, effectively eradicating coin starvation and reducing the coin float level required to keep machines operational. The SMART Ticket has capitalised on the recent growth in TITO implementation in the Gaming sector, and is designed to provide customers with a printed barcode ticket that can then be exchanged for cash at redemption terminals.
In the last year, the NV200 Spectral has received independent validation from both the European Central Bank (ECB) and the Central Bank of Russia (CBR). Both banks grant approval to validators that can successfully recognise the difference between genuine and counterfeit banknotes. The unit passed both tests with flying colours and was able to find all required security features, correctly identify them, and reject all manipulated notes. Lead Currency Engineer, Ben Wright commented on
PAC-MAN Smash Slimline has a simplified mechanism but with the same PAC-MAN branding, playfield and PAC-MAN sound effects as the hugely successful PAC-MAN Smash full-siize. “PAC-MAN Smash has been a massive hit for us and due to customer demand we have reduced the size and the price slightly so that it will now fit into even more locations. We expect a massive response to this game,” says James Anderson, Sales & Commercial Director.
On stand #5 at the Autumn Coin-Op Show, Heber will be showing off a wide range of gaming controllers including the world-renowned Pluto 6.
Pluto 6 is the workhorse of the embedded gaming controller industry with no other board specified in so many machines. It is a high performance embedded control system with dual video capability and flexible memory options. Pluto 6 features a wide range of standard options that allows control of the application, from reel based machines, casino and gaming machines, as well as video gaming machines.
Pluto 6 can drive up to 8 reels and a substantial 256 lamp and LED matrix. Optional multiplex expansion enables an additional 256 lamps or LEDs, or combination of both. The multiplexed lamp and LED drives on Pluto 6 have individual dimming capabilities.
Electrocoin After Sales has increased its stock holding of Stem Pintable parts to meet increasing demand as a result of the growth in the sales of new Pinball. Electrocoin After Sales, which is part of the Electrocoin Group of Companies has been the UK distributor for Stern Pintball in the UK for over 30 Years.
Electrocoin After Sales Spares Administrator, Nicola Farmer commented “We have seen a recent increase in demand from operators for spare parts and support for the Stern range of pintables. This is due to both the increase in the popularity of pintables and the age of the equipment being operated. Many operators fail to see the need for preventive maintenance but pinball players are discerning and the cashbox is compromised when the machine does not function correctly.”
Electrocoin After Sales carries a large stock of general pintable spares such as coils, lamps and rubbers along with dedicated spares – all available for next day delivery. Technical Support is available via email contact at Aftersales@electrocoin.com or telephone on 02920 450345.
Visit the Electrocoin After Sales on Stand 26 at the Autumn Coin-Op Show, 12th – 13th October 2016 at Chelsea Football Club in London, where representatives will be available to discuss your current and future requirements.