Electrocoin launches Vegas Strip


Electrocoin is a holding private view of its new Category C digital compendium game Vegas Strip Casino Xtra in Northampton, this week.

Vegas Strip is aimed at the single site market and is housed in a dual screen cabinet. It features four games, a hi-tech classic, Labyrinth, a mid-tech game called Gold Dust and the lo-tech Bar X Gold. It also features a Roulette game, which can be played on a regular stake or with the winnings on the play meter from the other games on the compendium.

Once the words VEGAS STRIP are filled, the player can then choose from one of 8 bonus features to boost the jackpot. The letters can be filled from any game in play.

“Vegas Strip is performing extremely well on site and we are really excited at the reaction from the guests who have seen the machine this week,” said Electrocoin’s Kevin Weir. “We think this is a perfect time to launch this product into the single site sector and our customers seem to agree.”

Electrocoin will offer game updates for Vegas Strip three times a year, however, operators will not be forced to buy them. “The Gamepack updates will consist of two games but the overall menu of games on the machine will be a maximum of 4 at any time,” said Kevin. “We want operators to feel free to buy updates when they want, on the back of the strength of the games we are offering, rather than being tied to some kind of contract.”

Kevin Weir is pictured with Nick Rudd of Bob Rudd Gaming and Amusement Machines

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