The gaming equipment company is introducing a cash-free alternative for slot machines.
Konami will have exclusive casino management rights, and install its SYNKROS management system in the new casino when it opens in 2020.
The latest financial data for Konami Holdings Corp. has been released by the company and things look good.
The AGEM Index saw a little bit of an uptick in September, spurred primarily by better performances at both Konami and International Game Technology.
Konami was chosen for its experience and consistency in the casino industry.
Japan’s Konami Corp. was responsible for lowering the Index 8.26 points when its share price lost 8.1% pulled it down another 5.85 points with its 0.2% dip in share price.
Greg Colella has over 20 years of experience within the gaming industry, working in a large array of regulated markets.
Konami is looking to build on its success with a high profile new hire.
Many casino operators have reported an increase in slot machine activity and revenue, and Konami Corp. is happy because of it.
Konami Corp. saw its revenue for the first half of the fiscal year remain relatively unchanged over the same period last year.