Bally Biometric Recognition is the industry’s first product to incorporate distributed surveillance and biometric recognition. This product uses a miniature camera on each gaming machine to capture a patron’s photo. This enables numerous applications, including cardless player tracking; anonymous self exclusion; employee validation; and money-laundering monitoring.
In the coming year, Bally Technologies plans on introducing a variety of new slots to the Canadian gaming market which take advantage of exciting advancements in technology.
Bally’s Hot Shot Progressive Cash Wheel™ features a colorful spinning-wheel top box promising rich rewards, and exciting progressive game play that is the hallmark of the Hot Shot brand. Utilizing the same “game-in-game” progressive play mechanics as found in other Hot Shot games, Hot Shot Progressive Cash Wheel is crowned by a large spinning wheel. The Cash Wheel bonus is triggered in the game-in-game feature when the Cash Wheel symbol appears on the third reel of the fifth mini game-in-game.
Another exciting Bally game that’s also on its way to Canada is Ultimate Tower of Power™, the third title in Bally’s high-performing Digital Tower Series™. This penny denomination $25,000 local-area progressive, with its soaring video ladder-style top box, delights players with incredibly exciting animations, dramatic music, and eye-catching special effects. Anticipation mounts as players climb the bonus ladder toward this game’s ultimate progressive prize.
On the Systems side, Bally’s CoolSign™ and iVIEW Display Manager™ (DM) server-based solutions continue to provide customers with value and important benefits. iVIEW DM, an award-winning solution, is the industry’s most versatile on-device messaging technology, enabling gaming operators to present content such as player account information, Bally CoolSign media content, and directed marketing messages right onto the main game screen, similar to ‘picture-in-picture’ technology.
CoolSign, which is installed at numerous Canada casinos, provides centralized, enterprise-wide control of digital signage, including interactive way finding, directory, and kiosk; outdoor advertising; in-room TV; casino displays; employee communications and training; and much more.