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IGT’s Cobalt 27 Cabinet Debuts at SAGSE

IGT’s Cobalt 27 Cabinet Debuts at SAGSE

International Game Technology debuted its new Cobalt 27 cabinet at SAGSE Buenos Aires in Argentina in November. The company also featured its latest portfolio of exciting player-tested content at the show.

“Our new Cobalt cabinet and its extensive library of player-tested, market-attuned games underscores our commitment to increasing performance and diversifying entertainment on our Latin American customers’ gaming floors,” said Walter Bugno, IGT CEO, international. “Our offering at this important show reaffirms our dedication to the region by demonstrating how IGT’s solutions deliver outstanding player experiences that can drive our customers’ growth.”

The Cobalt 27 cabinet represents IGT’s commitment to design that enhances player engagement. Clad with two high-definition 27-inch screens, a 24-inch video topper, integrated cabinet lighting, and Dynamic Player Panel with dual bash buttons, this cabinet is designed to fit operators’ unique needs and forge new opportunities for their gaming floors. Its universal appeal is enhanced by its advanced ergonomics and a built-in external USB charging port.

The Cobalt 27 cabinet is available with IGT’s full library of proven content, including the Star Goddess theme, which generates excitement with its Stars of Wealth feature and mystery progressive jackpots, while the Temple of Fire Cash Eruption game includes a hold-and-respin feature that can be triggered from both the base game and free games.

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