Novomatic To Bring Its ActionBook To G2E
Posted on September 03, 2019 at 10:09am
There’s no disputing the fact that sports betting is on an international high, especially since regulated betting on sports was legalised by a US Supreme Court in 2018. The move on the part of the court has again renewed the focus on betting on sports as a prominent world market and big-corp players like Novomatic Americas are cashing in big time on the benefits.
Novomatic recently announced that it would be exhibiting its self-service ActionBook betting kiosk at this year’s G2E expo in Las Vegas come October 15. G2E will this year run from 15 to 17 October and once again promises to top the gaming expo popularity charts.
Presenting Top-Notch Games
Novomatic will be presenting a brand-new range of games and offerings at the expo, but what the industry now gets to look forward to most of all, is the new self-service sports betting digital kiosk. ActionBook boasts some pretty impressive tech features. These include a specialised barcode reader, full HD capability, a ticket printer, door monitoring, universal scanner, and many more.
The kiosk will be on display in the show’s dedicated sports lounge setting that will be erected at the expo. Customers will be able to test drive the look and feel of the new kiosk and experience first-hand the comfort of 100% self-service sports betting.
G2E A Celebration Of Progress
Novomatic Americas President Rick Meitzler considers the upcoming G2E convention to be a celebration of all that the casino games giant has managed to achieve of late. ActionBook will be joined on the Novomatic stand by various new games and concepts on full display.
ActionBook has already been rolled out to a selection of geo-locations and Meitzler said that he was pleased that the opportunity to celebrate its success so far has presented itself in the personal of this year’s G2E.
A truly progressive jackpot win experience will be on full display too as this has been the absolute recent focus in the court of Novomatic Americas. It’s all about creating a brand-new progressive experience, said the CEO, and expo goers will be in a position to give it all a go come October.