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Konami Launches KX 43 Cabinet

Konami Launches KX 43 Cabinet

Konami Gaming, Inc. announced the market launch of its all-new KX 43 video slot cabinet, backed by a leading library of original game content.

KX 43 features a 43-inch 4K Ultra HD display, relaxed slant top, standard base width, dual cup holders, dual spin buttons, USB charger, and multi-color attract lighting that stretches the entire length of the cabinet—from the bottom of the base to the top of the topper. Its debut library includes the Reels Up linked progressive series, Triple Sparkle linked progressive series, and Treasure Ball extended ROM linked progressive. All games feature custom game content from the digital topper down through a specially illuminated touch-screen button dash.

KX 43’s Reels Up debut series features four original base game themes and an entirely new symbol-driven Konami game mechanic. Whenever Reels Up arrow symbols appear on reels 1 and 2, reel 3 expands for the chance at greater line wins and potential bonus events such as multipliers, credit prizes and progressive jackpots. Players can achieve even greater wins if Reels Up symbols land on reels 4 and 5, which also expand upward for increasing prize opportunities.

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