JCM Global, a manufacturer of money processing terminals for casinos, game arcades and other cash transaction-based industries, is to be an exhibitor at G2E Asia 2015.
The firm says that a product likely to be of particular interest to operators in “Macau and other regions with high-volume wagering at table games” is JCM Global’s iV8 table game bill validator (pictured). It is said to be able to validate and process large stacks of notes at eight notes per second, which JCM Global says “dramatically” reduces buy-in time and increases the number of hands that can be dealt per hour.
The company says additionally that the product has the most advanced validation security features available, and has an acceptance rate for legitimate bills of more than 99 percent.
A JCM Global-related company – U.S.-based JCM Innovation Corp – in September completed a US$70.6-million deal to acquire FutureLogic Inc.
The FutureLogic suite of products includes printers for a wide range of applications, with applications such as the creation of player vouchers for casinos and other gaming operators, complementing JCM Global’s existing product offer.
One of those products is Ticket2Go, which JCM Global says is “perfect for amusement with prizes and low payout markets”.
“Multilingual and multi-currency, Ticket2Go offers a retro fit ticketing solution for gaming machines that do not support open standard ticketing protocols,” states JCM Global.
Also on display at the event will be TableXchange, said to bring the convenience of ticket-in-ticket-out (TITO) transactions – most commonly associated with slot machines – to table games. TableXchange can accept TITO tickets as well as paying out in that format.
JCM Global says the product helps players and casino operators “by virtually eliminating the need to replenish chips at table games”.
JCM Global is at stand 339.
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