M5

INTERNATIONAL GAME TECHNOLOGY • BOOTH 3659

IGT will present a diverse range of gaming solutions within its G2E booth 3659, including a portfolio of best-in-class casino systems products. One of many standout systems products is IGT’s M5.

Building on the success of IGT’s Media Manager, M5 is IGT’s latest version of the proven media display solution. M5 enables operators to leverage a slot machine’s Service Window to showcase bonuses, loyalty programs and promotions, and to give players access to a variety of options such as booking a dining reservation, ordering a drink and more.

Currently deployed at multiple casinos throughout the U.S. including Las Vegas-based Station Casinos, M5 enables customers to operate exciting floor-wide promotions such as Station Casino’s Big Time Bonus. Additionally, M5 enables operators to deliver highly personalized player communications and promotions, advertise amenities, and promote property-wide events directly to the player. M5 is one of the only media management solutions that offers a full-screen takeover for an impactful presentation. M5 is compatible with IGT’s full suite of slot bonuses including player favorites such as Carded Lucky Coin and Random Riches.

Built with HTML 5, M5 gives operators the flexibility to manage all media and monitors from one house-run program. The flexibility and versatility of the solution can lead to operational efficiencies and cost savings. This technology also enables casino operators to build a casino promotion once, and utilize it across all compatible channels and with a consistent user experience.

M5 enhances the player experience, too. Rather than interrupting a play session, it enables players at M5-equipped slot machines to manage conveniences such as making reservations, booking a hotel room, ordering a drink and more on screen, while they continue to enjoy what matters most—the game.

For more information, visit IGT.com.

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