JCM Global products exclusively operating at Jeju Shinhwa World

Landing International’s casino at Jeju Shinhwa World is said to be exclusively using JCM Global solutions to protect its slot devices.

In a press release, JCM Said it has exclusively provided its iVIZION bill validator, GEN5 thermal printer, and ICB Intelligent Cash Box to the 5,500-square meter casino.

“In planning Landing Casino at Jeju Shinhwa World, we worked painstakingly to create a place where our guests could enjoy complete world-class hospitality that offered a fully rounded leisure and entertainment experience. That included our slot floor, where we wanted to combine security and convenience, and we found that solution with JCM Global, said Neil Gallagher, vice president of casino operations.

“We are honored to have been chosen as the exclusive provider to Landing Casino at Jeju Shinhwa World,” said JCM APAC General Manager Ian Payne. “At JCM, we understand operators want to strike a perfect balance between high security and customer convenience, and in casinos all over the world and of all sizes, JCM products continue to prove themselves.”

JCM’s iVIZION protect operators with a robust combination of optical and mechanical sensing and anti-fishing technologies.

The GEN5 printer has a faster CPU and print speed and the flexibility to print TITO and promotional tickets as well as various wager tickets and templated promo coupons.

JCM’s ICB 3.0 streamlines the entire drop process, eliminates human error, and provides real-time health monitoring data and predictive drop and maintenance scheduling to dramatically increase operational efficiency.


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