Amazing 'O'

Product: O-Circle CabinetManufacturer: Ortiz Gaming

Staging an event complete with confetti cannons, multinational bingo supplier Ortiz Gaming used the Global Gaming Expo for an “Amazing Unveiling” of its new cabinet, the O-Circle.

The O-Circle is an imposing cabinet that uses a 42-inch curved video monitor. The monitor points toward the player, whose controls are on a table-like button panel designed to provide maximum player comfort.

O-Circle is designed for “full player immersion into the game,” according to the company. Using surround-sound and the oversized, curved screen, the format combines unique player experience with superior player comfort.

During the “Amazing Unveiling,” Ortiz Gaming spokesman and senior consultant to the president Gary Green announced a variety of updates to their product line, including button changes to the standard cabinet. The highlight of the event was when Ortiz Gaming Founder and Chairman Alejandro Ortiz and President Maurilio Silva uncloaked the new  cabinet (pictured).

Ortiz Gaming also announced that the prototype O-Circle will be available during the first quarter of 2015.

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