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Luxury gaming manufacturer Interblock announced multiple installations of its electronic table game products, including stadium-style setups in New Zealand, upstate New York and Slovenia.
The company has partnered with SkyCity Auckland, a popular entertainment and gaming destination, to install a stadium-style ETG setup using live dealers and multiple play stations, and six additional ETG banks, bringing a total of 67 electronic table game seats to the casino floor. The landmark deal is the first of its kind for Interblock, according to the company.
SkyCity’s upcoming installation will include a product mix of Interblock’s MiniStar Roulette and Diamond products, including Automated Roulette and Sic Bo, and the all-new Video Blackjack and Baccarat.
The gaming stadium will feature two automated roulette generators, one sic bo generator and 31 Diamond play stations with multi-game capability that allows players to place wagers on up to three games simultaneously. Three games are visible to the player on the Diamond play station’s 27-inch monitor. A video wall displays each game’s progress and statistics along with a live feed of each game result.
A second stadium-style installation will occur at the Seneca Niagara Resort and Casino in Niagara Falls, New York, where the company will install its new “Pulse Arena,” an immersive ETG stadium environment in a ready-made gaming lounge with DJs and pulsing lights. The gaming lounge is designed to attract new players while simultaneously providing a new gaming experience for established players, according to the company.
Seneca Niagara’s configuration will include automated generators offering five different game types: roulette, sic bo, craps, blackjack and
baccarat. A total of 39 interconnected play stations and seven StarBar bar tops will reside within the Arena.
Finally, Interblock will also install its Pulse Arena setup at the Perla Casino and Hotel in Nova Gorica, Slovenia. This installation is the first and largest installation of its kind in the region.
The Pulse Arena at Perla will consist of 45 play stations and six different game types including dealer-assist blackjack, roulette and baccarat, and automated roulette, sic bo and craps. A large video wall composed of 30 LCD displays will feature statistics of the game and customized video content tailored to promote in-casino entertainment, restaurants, spa, hotel and other Perla services.
All three installations are slated to be complete by the end of the year.