GTECH G2 to Develop CSI Online Slot Game

Published Friday, March 04, 2011 - Online-Casinos.com

GTECH is a wholly-owned subsidiary of Lottomatica Group, one of the world’s largest commercial lottery operators and a market leader in the Italian gaming industry. GTECH is a leading gaming technology and services company that employs over seven thousand people in over fifty countries. GTECH G2 is the interactive division of GTECH. GTECH G2 was formed in 2009, following the successful acquisition of a number of market leading companies across the full digital gaming and sports betting industry,Boss Media, Finsoft Ltd, Dynamite Idea and St Minver. These companies, combined with the extensive experience of GTECH in supplying retail and interactive solutions to many of the worlds leading lotteries, form GTECH G2 which is a unique organization providing an unrivalled portfolio of gaming and sports betting products and services.

GTECH G2 has just signed a multi-year licensing agreement with CBS Consumer Products to develop online casino games based on the popular American television series Crime Scene Investigation. The first CSI casino game will become available to GTECH G2 licensees in approved jurisdictions by the end of the year.
Dominic Mansour, Vice President, Gaming Products, for GTECH G2, commented on the agreement, “Everybody loves a great mystery complete with fingerprints, DNA traces and characters with shady alibis. No wonder CSI is an international sensation,” Mansour continued, “Thanks to our agreement with CBS Consumer Products, we can incorporate the intrigue and suspense of CSI within our interactive games to thrill game players and CSI fans throughout the world.”

GTECH G2 has already released games based on licensed brands including the very popular  Chippendales, The Reel Deal and the Sherlock Holmes slot offerings. First launched in 2000, Crime Scene Investigation is one of the most watched TV shows in the world. The slot game is bound to prove very successful if the popularity of the TV series is any indication.

 

 

 

 

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