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Konami Launches Concerto Slant

Konami Launches Concerto Slant

Konami Gaming announced the launch of Concerto Slant, a new slant-top version of its Concerto cabinet designed to optimize the relaxed-angle posture with dual 27-inch HD cinematic displays and a comprehensive library of available games.

The cabinet features content from the KP3+ platform, as well as proven KP3 platform titles such as Dragon’s Law, Lotus Land, China Shores and many more.

“We were among the first to introduce Concerto Slant to market, and the response from our players has been overwhelmingly positive,” said Joe Whitman, director of slots at Soboba Casino. “The momentum we saw from the original Concerto cabinet is extending even further as players get to enjoy top themes on the slant format, with even greater performance than we saw with the debut machine.”

With a focus on player comfort and convenience, Concerto Slant’s relaxed angle design includes an easy-reach center spin button combined with Konami’s new TouchDash touch-screen button panel. According to the company, it is engineered to give players a rich, cinematic gaming experience with a feeling of relaxed control.

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