AGS launches new terminals for tribal gaming operators

AGS launches new terminals for tribal gaming operators

Friday, September 14, 2018 Posted by News Team
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Orion Slant cabinets now available for Class II tribal businesses

US casino technology provider AGS has launched its new Orion Slant platform and cabinets for Class II tribal gaming partners. 

The Orion Slant terminals have already been approved in more than 42 North American jurisdictions, and first launched in May this year, for Class III markets. Following the Class III launch, 630 Orion Slant cabinets have been installed in 62 casinos across the US.

The terminals feature dual high-definition LCD monitors, and an ergonomic button deck, as well as a 21.5-inch display above the main screens. It also features a U-shaped starwall, with 420 LED lights that synchronise with the games, creating light displays when players win. 

There are currently 15 games available for the cabinets, including popular titles such as Dragon Fa, Aztec Gold, Fu Nan Fu Nu and Vegas Gold, with AGS planning to offer a library of 30 games by the end of the year. 

The first Class II cabinets have been installed at the Poarch Band of Creek Indians’ Wind Creek Hospitality venues in Alabama. 

"We appreciate the opportunity to be the first property to install the Class II version of AGS's Orion Slant,” Wind Creek Hospitality’s corporate director of Class II gaming Trenton Daughtry said. “We pride ourselves on striking a good balance between player-favorite classics and new products; this is an exciting opportunity to offer an eye-catching new platform and new game content to our players."

AGS senior vice president of slot products Andrew Burke added: "We soft-launched the Orion Slant a couple months ago and it is already outpacing our expectations. 

“The OrionSlant's presentation package, with its unique starwall design in a lower-profile cabinet, attracts players from across the casino floor, and the games available for the platform combine to deliver an exceptional player experience."

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