Three premier tribal casinos were the first to deploy the latest gaming hardware platforms and entertainment experiences from Everi Holdings Inc.
The new Empire Flex cabinet, featuring Beast, recently debuted at Coushatta Casino Resort in Kinder, Louisiana. The new Empire DCX cabinet featuring The Mask-themed slot game debuted at Pechanga Resort Casino in Temecula, California. And the TournEvent Now sit-and-go feature is now installed at Pala Casino in Pala, California.
“These first-to-market installations represent a significant milestone for Everi, and reflect our commitment to creating innovative hardware platforms on a consistent basis as set forth in our development roadmap,” said Dean Ehrlich, executive vice president and games business leader at Everi.
The Mask on Empire DCX. The Empire DCX premium video cabinet features dual-curved 43-inch monitors with integrated edge lighting, a 4K display that provides a captivating player experience, enhanced game-controlled lighting, and premium 4.1 surround-sound. Players at Pechanga will experience an all-new slot game based on New Line Cinema’s 1994 hit comedy The Mask, which follows the misadventures of bank clerk Stanley Ipkiss, who is transformed into a manic hero when he wears a mysterious mask.
Beast on Empire Flex. The Empire Flex cabinet, a new for-sale form factor with industry-unique lighting architecture, showcases a 49-inch flexed display with eye-popping 4K content, flexible integrated light bars and a larger enhanced glass button deck. Beast brings majestic and ferocious beasts to life. It gives players 1,024 different ways to win with immersive 4K visual engagement and innovative horizontal expanding reels.
TournEvent Now. Simplicity and flexibility are at the heart of Everi’s TournEvent Now sit-and-go feature, an upgrade for existing Core HDX TournEvent banks and part of the next iteration of the industry-leading slot tournament system. This all-new feature offers operators a significantly easier approach to managing round one qualifying events, in which players can compete at their own pace and on their own time, effectively moving themselves through the first round of tournaments without the need for casino staff or formal events.