Seven Luck installs SG’s Quartz Hybrid

Scientific Games Quartz Hybrid Terminals

Scientific Games Corporation completed the first installation of its newest electronic table system terminal QUARTZ HYBRID at the Seven Luck Casino in Gangnam Seoul, South Korea. The 45 terminals feature Asia’s best-loved table games such as Baccarat, Roulette and Scio.

“We are very happy that shortly after the launch of QUARTZ HYBRID at G2E Asia this year; the first terminals have been installed at Seven Luck Casino in Seoul, South Korea. This installation will give players the opportunity to experience firsthand our most technologically-advanced Electronic Table System gaming terminal,” said Ken Jolly, the Company’s Vice President and Managing Director for Asia.

QUARTZ HYBRID runs on Scientific Games’ exclusive ArgOS operating system platform for enhanced gameplay and player experience. Multigame configurations may be linked to both virtual games and hybrid live dealer games, or operate independently. The increased connectivity of QUARTZ HYBRID allows operators to link up to 50 individual live gaming tables.

The QUARTZ HYBRID terminal features HD graphics on a new 26.5” 1920×1920 resolution touch screen giving players a more immersive experience. Updated content includes a new player interface that adds game statistics as well as dealer activity display. Players can choose to view up to eight games at any one time on the single screen.

Michael Mang, Managing Director for KTCS Co. Ltd, the regional authorized distributor for Scientific Games, added “Scientific Games continues to develop the most innovative gaming technology that helps casinos attract players. The casino operators and their customers have displayed confidence and trust with the SG Electronic Table System products, and we look forward to continued successes with the QUARTZ HYBRID.”

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