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Incredible Technologies

Incredible Technologies (IT) is a gaming manufacturer committed to delivering industry-leading products to locations and networks around the world. The company headquarters are in Vernon Hills, Illinois, with an additional office in Las Vegas. IT products represent the very best in innovation, serviceability and entertainment.

IT was founded in 1985 with a focus on providing hardware and software for the coin-operated amusement industry and PC games. The company is most famously recognized for the creation of Golden Tee Golf, one of the most successful pay-to-play video game franchises in history. The passion and know-how to create games in pay-to-play markets led the company to diversify its products portfolio and enter the casino industry in 2011.

Since their introduction to slot floors, IT slots have become known for their industry-leading innovation. The Infinity product line produced industry-recognized hardware like the first-of-its-category Infinity Skybox with its sky-high presence and practical hardware, as well as the groundbreaking Infinity V55 Edge display, allowing operators to place games in never-before-seen configurations on floors.

The company has since created franchise gaming brands like Crazy Money and Ultra Rush Gold with innovative game mechanics and a reputation for rigorously tested math models.

A new era of innovation continues with the nationwide rollout of the Prism platform. The new generation of hardware and software at IT is marked with Prism VXP—a G2E 2021 debut product whose potential is now realized and recognized in the marketplace. The cabinet utilizes three game-integrated monitors and cutting-edge technology for a show-stopping presentation, as the VXP display physically expands more than 13 inches. With recent software upgrades and successful installs across the country, IT is ready to flex its muscle with PrismVXP in an upgraded presentation. Game software will now utilize the expansion feature even more during game play.  

The curb appeal has been upgraded, too. When a PrismVXP bank is empty, the monitors will raise and lower themselves to create a “wave” feature, capturing the eye of passersby. With fully game-integrated PrismFlex Edge monitors, attract modes and game play span beyond just an individual cabinet, reaching the monitors placed between games for extra player comfort and peak on-floor branding. Placed with high-frequency expansion and compulsory PrismFlex Edges, the PrismVXP is advertising and delivering its full potential.

IT is also heavily invested in its partnerships beyond Class III gaming. The company continues to grow its footprint throughout tribal casinos with its Class II system and compelling games. Additionally, IT plans to bring its industry-first Class II innovations to G2E, along with its Grand Crystal 2 electronic table game, featuring automated roulette and craps. Finally, IT is launching in 2022 its first historical horse racing product with six themes.

IT will bring its catalog of proven products and new software to G2E 2022, Booth 4047.

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