After four days of exhibition, the Indian Gaming Tradeshow & Convention organized by the Indian Gaming Association (IGA) in California came to an end on Friday. Aruze Gaming reported having outstanding participation in the event.
“Hundreds of visitors toured the stands of the fair, in search of the latest novelties from the major brands in the industry, which shows the remarkable growth that the industry is having. In this context, our booth captivated everyone’s attention, with award-winning products and exclusive launches”, the company highlighted.
The brand’s booth showcased more than 20 machines, including the Muso Triple 27 cabinet in its hybrid version – with the CO CO COIN series – the recently launched Muso Limited cabinet, the Go Go Claw, and the company’s main attraction: the new Muso Curve 55.
“The Muso Curve 55 is midnight black color, and has a 55-inch curved screen with honeycomb pattern and illuminated edges, making it truly eye-catching. It is part of Aruze’s premium product line, and is one of the few cabinets of its kind available for sale within the market,” the company explained.
Aruze Gaming also showcased two new titles, which will be available only in the Muso Curve 55 – Midnight Edition cabinet. They are X-Wheel (in its Supreme God and Supreme Dragon versions), and the Gong Cash (in the Dragon and Lion versions).
“In the X-Wheel series, players will find special bonuses that activate extra spins and other great prizes, while in the Gong Cash series they will find containers overflowing with gold, mysterious symbols that change randomly, and surprise bonuses,” the company added.
Arleth Godinez, Sales Director in Latin America and the Caribbean, revealed that Aruze’s participation in NIGA 2022 far exceeded her expectations. She also referred to the new cabinet as a product that “reflects the evolution and modernization of gaming, providing a highly engaging, transformative and engaging user experience”. She added that Aruze is committed to continuing to deliver innovative solutions to both players and operators. “This cabinet and the new titles open the door to a world full of adrenaline and excitement,” Godinez concluded.
During the event, the Indian Gaming Association officially removed the word “National” from its previous name to avoid the “NIGA” acronym.