Standalone progressive innovations

At MGS 2019, Konami will showcase their top-performing products and include proven to perform standalone progressive (SAP) innovations such as Star Watch and Golden Blocks series and also linked progressive game series, Ba Fang Jin Bao.

Konami introduces Star Watch Fire & Star Watch Magma slots on the Concerto Stack Cabinet with electrifying animations and fast-paced action. 

Both games showcase Konami’s new Strike Zone feature, allowing players to activate special areas of the reel frame for extra bonus events at different extra bet amounts.

The Concerto Stack cabinet, which includes a captivating 43-inch HD vertical displays, enhanced 4K graphics and signature Concerto highlights, will feature the games on the booth. The single-screen format provides players with exclusive game content designed to optimize the machines’ extra-tall portrait orientation while maintaining a standard upright base size for flexible configuration across the casino floor.

Optimized for the Asian market, Golden Blocks and Ba Fang Jin Bao series are designed with Chinese graphic symbols and themes. Ba Fang Jin Bao showcases its proven mechanics from Konami’s popular Cai Li Si Ji titles, such as Wealth of Dynasty and Winning Animals, and delivers it in a single screen format with 4K graphics and animations. Available Ba Fang Jin Bao base games include Abundant Fortune and Fortune Totems, which both feature a progressive chance every time a gold ingot symbol lands on the reels.

Join Konami on stand #AR35 at the MGS Entertainment Show in November. 

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