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Ainsworth Game Technology • Booth 1259A


The new size of Ainsworth arrived last year when the company launched its new A-STAR Curve XL video slot cabinet. This premium cabinet takes Ainsworth’s game play to the next level with a 4K 55-inch floating infinity monitor, dynamic LED lighting and state-of-the-art LCD button deck.

The game package debuted in 2021 and today can be utilized in most major North American casino markets with an expanding suite of exciting game play experiences aimed at attracting the biggest players.

The cabinet has successful installations around California, Nevada, Florida, Midwest markets and beyond. The A-STAR Curve XL regularly provided strong performance in a variety of configurations including three-pack banks complete with custom dynamic in-fill signage, as well as single stand-alone units perfect for entrances, endcaps, wall spaces and other areas.

The A-STAR Curve XL features the largest screen in the company’s history and a 27-inch LCD topper. It’s the perfect package for the series of titles Ainsworth has built specifically for the cabinet.

Casino operators will appreciate the ease and simplicity of these premium cabinets. The hardware includes a front-facing lock and horizontal door for easy maintenance. Despite its large screen, the A-STAR Curve XL fits on a standard base at 26 inches wide and 27 inches deep.

The A-STAR Curve XL launched with a tremendous progressive game series call Take It or Leave It. This two-game family—Super Hot 7s Classic and Solid Gold 8s Classic—was built to appeal to traditional slot players.

Each title is a three-reel, multi-denomination package. Ainsworth recommends setting up games as $1/$5/$10 in a nine-line configuration with bet multipliers of 1-3-5. Other variations are also available.

At G2E 2022, several new titles will be showcased on the cabinet, including the three-reel Cash Attack and Prime Time Classic, as well as Dollar King Link, a concept utilizing some of the most recognizable brands in Ainsworth’s High Denom portfolio.

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