Bally Technologies' TITANIC Video Slot Earned Four Awards At The Macao Gaming Show. The Game Is Based On The Academy Award-winning Film. (Photo: Business Wire)

The romantic and feature-filled TITANIC™ video slot from gaming technology innovator Bally Technologies, Inc. (NYSE: BYI) (“Bally”) won awards in all four categories presented at the VIP Slot Room at the Macao Gaming Show last month.
Bally Technologies' TITANIC video slot earned four awards at the Macao Gaming Show. The game is base ...

Bally Technologies' TITANIC video slot earned four awards at the Macao Gaming Show. The game is based on the Academy Award-winning film. (Photo: Business Wire)

The wins continued an impressive streak that has seen Bally win more than 80 awards for gaming innovation in the past four years.

Organizers at the Macao Gaming Show, held Nov. 14-16, invited players, casino slot directors and managers, and other industry insiders to a special VIP Slot Room to experience the latest games firsthand and provide feedback.

Visitors rated games from several manufacturers in four unique categories, with the highest scores winning awards. TITANIC won in all four:
  • Best Game Theme
  • Best Graphics
  • Best Music and Audio
  • Best User Experience

Bally’s TITANIC video slots deliver a fully interactive and cinematic experience centered on the iconic star-crossed lovers from James Cameron’s TITANIC, one of the highest-grossing films in history. Featuring scenes from the film and music from the blockbuster phenomenon, TITANIC integrates many of Bally’s proven play mechanics, mystery features, and a wide-area progressive top award.

The main attraction U-Spin™ Bonus Wheel, resembling a ship’s helm, awards credits as well as one guaranteed feature – Heart of the Ocean Free Games, Make It Count Free Games, Pick Up Feature, or The Safe Bonus. The game is also available as a near-area progressive.

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