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Sega Sammy to Introduce New Cabinet at G2E Asia

Sega Sammy to Introduce New Cabinet at G2E Asia

Slot supplier Sega Sammy Creation announced it will launch its Genesis Crest 43J cabinet to Asian markets at the G2E Asia: Special Edition Singapore trade show in August.

Featuring a stylish 43-inch J-curve 4K monitor, the Genesis Crest 43J features a player panel highlighted by a 13.3-inch LCD touch screen and a wireless phone charger. The full HD 27-inch topper allows for clear and sharp images to be displayed with maximum visibility.

“On top of the top-notch quality and reliability, the Genesis Crest 43J also makes maintenance easier and more efficient for technical service,” said Masahiro Kurosaki, managing director of Sega Sammy Creation. “We have spent the past few years developing and planning the best hardware and software combination, and the result is what I believe is our strongest cabinet offering to date. The game content will make full use of the hardware capabilities and allow for a broad range of game types and features.”

The Genesis Crest 43J will provide an expansive game library with a variety of content to cater to any market, according to the company.

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