U.K.-based TCS John Huxley Ltd – a specialist in providing technical innovations for traditional table gaming products – will be exhibiting at the Macao Gaming Show 2015.
The firm will feature its Gaming Floor Live (GFL) platform. The system is used to track live dealer table operations – including how long it takes to close the betting and pay out on wins. GFL was originally for roulette, but has been further developed for baccarat operations.
TCS John Huxley will display several modules of the platform during the show, including the GFL Optimisation module connected to a baccarat table, and the GFL Bonusing module, which enables casinos to configure side bet contribution ratios, jackpots and payouts – subject to local regulatory requirements.
Another product to be shown – i-Depsys – is described as an “intelligent drop box” that can be integrated with any gaming table.
“Ideal for 24/7 operations in Asia, i-Depsys is a fast and intelligent cash handling system that allows operators to count large sums of cash quickly, using the most reliable optical note recognition systems,” stated the firm.
Concluding the product showcase will be TCS John Huxley’s Blaze range. In June the firm announced the first installation in Macau of its Blaze suite of table game products featuring LED technology on the playing surface.
“Listening to, and working with, our customers has allowed us to deliver solutions that drive and grow their business. This year’s Macao Gaming Show will see a range of GFL modules and enabled products that help casinos save time, increase revenue and improve their operations,” said Rebecca Kingswell, TCS John Huxley’s managing director Asia Pacific.
Macao Gaming Show 2015 takes place from November 17 to 19 at Cotai Expo at the Venetian Macao.
TCS John Huxley is at stand Z24.
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