IGT Installs Slot Machine Server-Based System at Cosmopolitan of Las Vegas

Gambling equipment manufacturer IGT (International Game Technology) announced on June 10th, 2017, Thursday, that they have finalized a deal to provide a server-based gambling system to Cosmopolitan of Las Vegas, which will connect the slot machines at the Strip facility expected to formally open in December 2017 Portal. No terms of the deal were publicly released.


The gaming system, which could link games from multiple slot machine organizations to a main server, allows for better gaming operation. IGT has installed a similar system at Aria, which links about fifty percent of the facility's slot machines and also recently installed the server-based system at the Monte Carlo casino. The group said that its slot machines would be available in most of Cosmopolitan's gaming floor.


The $3.9 billion dollars, 2,995 room Cosmopolitan features one hundred thousand square foot casino. A lot of slot machine manufacturers have yet to officially agree on ways to link slot machines to server-based gaming systems. IGT announced earlier this month that they are planning for a field trial at The Orleans, where a server-based system of the group will link with the system of fellow slot machine manufacturer.


IGT, which is based in Reno, Nevada, has slowly been launching its server-based gaming system into different gaming markets in the past year. Just last month, the group announced an agreement to install the system at a casino facility in France. The group has installed its system at Barona Resort (San Diego, California), Ameristar St. Charles (Missouri), Colusa Casino (Northern California), MGM Grand Detroit, Motor City Casino (Detroit), FireKeepers Casino (Michigan) and the Imperial Palace Biloxi (Mississippi).


IGT CEO Patti Hart said that the Cosmopolitan is now going to be an integral part of this one-of-a kind momentum of testing gaming operator flexibility and player choice with the server-based system.


Cosmopolitan of Las Vegas Chief Executive Officer John Unwin said that having server-based system already in place when the facility opens was a vital product of the establishment since it is needed for player marketing purposes.



IGTs Sex and the City Slot Machine Game Reaches Top Status in Stand-Alone Progressive Slot Machines


As Sex and the City stars and well-respected fashion icons, Carrie, Miranda, Samantha and Charlotte continue to contribute to pop culture, so does the "Sex and the City" inspired slot machine.


IGT (International Game Technology), a worldwide leader in creating casino games that players love and network systems that enhance the gaming experience of players, announced on May 26th, 2010 that its has reached the number one status among all stand-alone progressive MegaJackpots(R) slot games on casino floors around the world today and remains among the most well-love slot machine themes in the world.


Gamers continue to queue up to enjoy and shout one of Sex and the City's most well-known catchphrases "Me Likey!" as they play the highly entertaining game, bonus games and multiple level progressive jackpots. Licensed by HBO Licensing and Retail, Sex and the City slot machines can be found in dozens of casino facilities across the world.


The Sex and the City slot machine variety was rolled out in Mexico City last week. Susan Macke, the Chief Marketing Officer of IGT, said that it is very clear that the Sex and the City slot machines have a strong following. She said that they are very happy to offer their slot machine customers this one-of-a kind gaming experience.


She added that the slot machine is filled with all the excitement and fashion that is expected from Sex and the City and it is the perfect game for any all girls event at the casino facility.


The Sex and the City slot machine game offers players the opportunity two win at least one of the five progressive jackpots and four bonus games. With each bonus game in the Sex and the City slot machine, gamers will get to watch their favorite clips from the show like the "Hello, lover" episode.