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NOVOMATIC presents new highlights at BEGE

NOVOMATIC presents new highlights at BEGE

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The Balkan Entertainment & Gaming Expo (BEGE) in Sofia on November 22nd and 23rd gathers regional industry players for a showcase of news and highlights.

Alongside the original Black Edition cabinet in the best-selling combination with the Impera Line HD Edition 7, its successor, Black Edition II, will be the star of the NOVOMATIC booth, with three versions: Black Edition II 3.27 with three 27-inch screens starring the NOVO Line Edition X4 and Impera Line HD Edition 9 guarantees exciting gaming and profitable variety in video slot entertainment.

Maximum gaming pleasure on the Black Edition II XL 3.32 is provided with three 32-inch screens featuring Impera Link Series 2. This popular linked jackpot multi-game comes with no less than 41 linked games, including 12 new titles as well as many popular player favourites.

And last but not least, the Black Edition II 1.49J presents the exclusive NOVO Line Cash Connection Edition 4 in elegant upright style on a 49-inch J-curve screen.

The proven Master SL 3.32 cabinet will highlight the latest linked progressive multi-games: NOVO Line Golden Link Edition 1 with five Lock ’n’ Win titles and the Superia Golden Link Volume 1 in another exciting multi-game package.

Further NOVOMATIC highlights at the show will include international bestsellers Superia Cash Connection Volume 2 in the Diamond X 3.32 cabinet and Xtension Link Volume 1 in the single screen version Diamond X 1.55J. And finally, visitors can look forward to enjoying delicious catering from AdmiralBet Pub.

Miloš Pejić, NOVOMATIC Regional Manager SEE, says: “We are looking forward to finally being able to welcome our customers in person and our booth again after four years of absence from the BEGE.

“We will inspire them with exciting new NOVOMATIC products and gaming solutions for all customer preferences.”