ICE 2020 provides the perfect showcase for TCSJOHNHUXLEY, to debut some new and exciting additions to the range.
Qorex Gaming Solutions provide all the thrills of live gaming while delivering all the benefits of electronic gaming, such as multi-game selection and improved security, whilst optimizing resources and hardware to increase revenue. Designed to complement the striking Qorex cabinet that incorporates system-controlled LED’s, a range of new accessories featuring podiums, divider shelves, and game signage will display just how flexible and eye-catching Qorex layout configurations can be achieved, transforming the gaming floor and creating an exciting gaming experience for players.
Also on show will be the TCSJOHNHUXLEY Jackpot system, which provides operators with the flexibility to configure multiple bespoke progressive jackpots and patented mystery prizes, to enhance any base game. The system focuses on preferred hit frequencies as well as specific jackpots, their seed values, and contributions. Never before has there been a successful progressive system that provides high levels of excitement as well as multiple customizable independent progressive jackpots and fixed payouts, incorporating both event-based and mystery wins.
A range of iGaming products built specifically for the live online gaming space will highlight why TCSJOHNHUXLEY is the iGaming supplier of choice. Space-saving tables featuring innovative wheel podiums that allow operators to move products quickly and easily depending on required camera angles or gaming requirements illustrate how working in partnership with customers, it’s possible to deliver quality bespoke products of the highest level with exceptional attention to detail.
”We are really excited to be showcasing a diverse range of products at ICE 2020, that emphasize our company’s core strengths – bringing together traditional craftsmanship and techniques with the latest innovative technologies to deliver world-beating products and services that excite and entertain players whilst increasing revenue for our customers,” said Nicci Smith, managing director Europe.
This Dossier results from the “Life After POGOs” editorial project by Asia Gaming Brief which culminated with a pop-up digital forum on 9th December to discuss potentials ramifications in the industry.
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