Bally Tech earns Guiness World Record; Novomatic Gaming to address Spanish market; Sky Poker announces Play the Nation results

TAGs: Bally Tech, Novomatic Spain, Sky Poker

bally tech novomatic sky pokerBally Technologies today announced that it earned a Guiness World Record for the most slot machines running the same game simultaneously at The World’s Largest Slot Machine Tournament last week. In a press release the company said its iVIEW Display Manager with Elite Bonusing Suite was the product that powered the event, held at Pechanga Resort & Casino in Temecula, California on Saturday.

At the event, there were more than 1,100 players precipitating simultaneously on Bally’s Hot Shot Blazing 7s. Bally Technologies Senior Vice President of Strategy and Customer Consulting, Bruce Rowe, said: “This is a great example of how server-based technology can create contagious excitement on games from multiple manufacturers and take one of the most popular special events for real players to a whole new level.”

Gaming technology operators, Novomatic Gaming, have announced its Spanish arm Novomatic Spain will present an extended product portfolio for the Spanish market at the Interazar gaming show that will be held from 28-30 March in Madrid.

Novomatic Group’s Spanish subsidiary said in a press release that at the show it will address the Spanish gaming market with a broad presentation of custom-tailored products such as a large number of NOVO LIN Salon multi-game machines featuring the mixes NOVO LINE Salon I and – as a preview – the brand new mix II.

If you’re  lucky enough to be in Spain during that time, pop along to see the company at its exhibition stand, booth number C12.

Sky Poker have announced the latest results of their Play the Nation tournament, which started 1 February. In a press release, the company said the latest standings from Sky Poker headquarters showed Northern Ireland and Rest of the World are topping the charts with 29 points. However, the South East are only 3 points behind the current leaders, with 26 points. Londoners come inthird with 22 points and regions in the North of England are lagging behind with Wales, sitting right at the bottom.  The competition is still open for those wanting to take part and get their regions on par.


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