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IGT Supplies Genting

Slot manufacturer International Game Technology announced that it has installed an extensive mix of 200 gaming machines and sbX Floor Manager server-based system at both Genting Starworld and Genting Highlands in Malaysia.

The new IGT games, which were installed at both casinos, include well-known stand-alone video slot games including 100 Wolves, Crown of Egypt, Desert Spirit, Diamond Queen, Eastern Sun, Lil Lady, Mayan Riches and Unicorn Magic and others. Premium slots including Wheel of Fortune Super Spin and Star Wars: The Empire Strikes Back also were installed.

The sbX Floor Manager, first installed at the operator’s Resorts World Genting property, gives the operator unlimited access to IGT’s game library and allows the casinos to quickly change themes.

“We are excited to continue our successful relationship with Genting Group,” said John Gomes, managing director of IGT Asia. “With this mix of the latest IGT games and our cutting-edge sbX Experience Management System, Genting Group is able to offer the latest gaming experiences to their customers and differentiate themselves from their competition.”

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