Sydney – April, 2019 – Scientific Games Corporation (NASDAQ:SGMS) (“Scientific Games” or the “Company”) presented its latest cabinet for the Australian gaming market the DualosX at the Australasian Hospitality & Gaming Expo (AHG) in Brisbane recently.

The second generation Dualos features larger higher-definition screens, an LCD iDeck that combines dynamic full colour display with mechanical play button and a faster processor for enhanced gameplay. In parallel to the new technology, a new company-wide game development platform known as ArgOS was created to enable Scientific Games to achieve operational efficiencies from content, facilitating seamless rollout across its multiple hardware platforms globally and help to align multijurisdictional releases in Australia.

Senior Vice President Adrian Halpenny said, “Scientific Games Australia has successfully developed games that players love locally and, more importantly for the company, have proven they travel well by entertaining players globally. Our latest cabinet is undoubtedly our most spectacular to date for this market and the customer feedback has been very encouraging at AHG. To support the rollout of DualosX we are very excited to bring back one of our most successful themes using the MONOPOLY brand. MONOPOLY Hotel Tycoon has been designed to take advantage of the big 27” screens and brings the classic board game to life in new and exciting ways.”

The original Dualos was launched in 2015 and has grown to be one of Australia’s most loved gaming machines by both players and operators. This bigger and better version teamed with 7 new games that will be released in the lead-up to the Australasian Hospitality & Gaming Expo will provide an excellent opportunity to demonstrate the expanded game design capabilities that have been establish.

Senior Vice President and Chief Revenue Officer Bob Parente added, “the transition to our ArgOS platform is revolutionary for our organisation. When I was in Australia last August it was not lost on me how diverse the market is and also how important our Australian team is to our overall business. Australian game teams have created content that has solidified our position in Asia and given us a lot of traction in the US.”

With the first group of games undergoing final regulatory approvals, players can expect to start seeing DualosX cabinets rollout in New South Wales in late April with Queensland and Victoria due for May.

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