Gaming Arts Displays High Tech Innovations At The 2013 Global Gaming Expo

Modern Day Solutions for Keno, Bingo, and Lottery

Sep 20, 2013, 04:19 ET from Gaming Arts

LAS VEGAS, Sept. 20, 2013 /PRNewswire/ -- The 2013 Global Gaming Expo (G2E) will be heavily attended with over 16,000 registered attendees and the halls will be crowded with new games and technology. The big show begins September 23rd and runs through the 26th at the Sands Convention Center in Las Vegas. The gaming industry is a fast growing worldwide marketplace with many new products being introduced and showcased.  

Based in Las Vegas, Gaming Arts is an operator, manufacturer, and distributor of gaming technology that is changing the traditional games of keno and bingo and they plan to set the stage for a new era of gaming at G2E. The Company set out to create a one-stop place where the global customer can come to view and learn more about their innovative products, such as EZ Kiosk. The new GLI approved device that allows convenience for players 24/7, is cost effective as it requires no labor and has a very small footprint.

Gaming Arts is changing the game with state of the art technology and creative cutting edge gaming content. The Company has a wide variety of proprietary keno and bingo games including the popular line of SuperGames, which offers life-changing jackpots at no risk to casino operators. The Optima Gaming Platform operates both over the counter ticketing as well as the new EZ Kiosks. Keno Cloud and Bingo Cloud mobile solutions allow players to view their game tickets and results in real time from a Smartphone, tablet, or computer anywhere in the world. The Gaming Arts Mobile POS terminal and printer allow for ticket sales anywhere on the casino floor and is a true convenience for the customer along with offering a tangible labor savings for the operator.

"We are excited to present our new and existing products at the Global Gaming Expo this year. We have listened to the operators and consumers of our products and we asked ourselves how do we make it better? The answer was let's do something completely different, something nobody else has done, keep it simple yet add more entertaining features that will change the future of the game," stated David Colvin, CEO of Gaming Arts. 

Gaming Arts is inviting all in attendance to come visit their booth #4305 at G2E and explore a new era of gaming.

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