iGaming giant GTech G2 is rolling out a host of new products at the upcoming ICE Totally Gaming trade show in London. Some of the new products utilize cutting-edge 3D technology and all of them are designed to, “excite and engage players.” GTech is also promising to showcase games that can be enjoyed across a variety of mobile devices.

Seamless Mobile Offerings

GTech’s main focus at ICE, and in 2012 as a whole, will be on cross platform gaming with an emphasis on mobile devices. The first offering in that lineup is a version of the popular slot machine “Book of the Sphinx,” that’s available on a variety of formats including traditional slots, tablets, PCs and smart phones.

The Book of the Sphinx project was created through a partnership with Spielo International.

Mobile devices are becoming an ever greater part of the iGaming landscape and the new offering reflects the industry trend. In a press release company officials said they’re seeing, “more players constantly playing our games than ever before, wherever and whenever they chose to play.”

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Casino Job 3D

3D technology is making a big splash across the consumer electronics industry as a whole and iGaming is no exception. GTech is dipping its toe into this market with a new 3D game called Casino Job. The game follows four characters as they attempt to crack a safe as part of a casino heist. George Clooney and the Ocean’s Eleven cast are not part of the game, but it does include an Angelina Jolie look-a-like.

HD is Everywhere

Gtech’s other big offering at ICE is an update to their popular STOS system. The upgrade allows for high definition picture quality on the screen.

Free iPad

If you’re attending ICE, be sure to stop by the Gtech G2 booth to both see their new offerings, and get a chance to win a new iPad. Gtech is giving away an iPad every day of the show to visitors who participate in their G2 Goal challenge game.

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