Premiere for Magic Palace at the IMA in Düsseldorf
Berlin/Gumpoldskirchen. Bally Wulff Entertainment GmbH – the traditional company from Berlin – has currently signed a co-operation agreement with the Austrian Novomatic Group of Companies. Bally Wulff will be receiving games developed by Novomatic according to the Technical Directive (TR) 4.1.
Furthermore, a new multi-game cabinet has been developed. This innovative Twin-Top will be exclusively marketed by Bally Wulff. It is known as Magic Palace and will be coming to market with games from Novomatic. Action Star is the name of games from Bally Wulff and the further collaboration partner Atronic. Both will be presented to the broad trade public for the first time at the IMA 2010 in Düsseldorf.
The enterprise from Berlin is substantiating its credo with the current co-operation of bringing together best games’ developers and manufacturers under one roof and therefore offering German operators a real alternative for each and every operating position.
Alongside the established partnerships with the Austrian Amatic and the Australian casino game developer Aristocrat – the Novomatic games collection Magic Palace with proven games such as ‘Book of Ra’ or ‘Dolphins Pearl’ and further diverse innovations is the next to follow at the Düsseldorf IMA. In addition to this, the traditional company from Berlin – as already explained – will be able to announce a further collaboration with the former Gauselmann subsidiary Atronic. Bally Wulff will also in future be consistently following this path and is open to further co-operations.
The operational implementation of the current co-operation agreement with Novomatic is carried out by the Novomatic subsidiary Austrian Gaming Industries GmbH (AGI).