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January 22, 2018 | Edition Nº3408

South Africa

Royal Swazi installs TCS John Huxley's progressive table games

Royal Swazi installs TCS John Huxley's progressive table games
Paving the way for innovative table gaming in Swaziland, Sun International’s Royal Swazi Spa teamed up with TCS John Huxley to install the very first progressive table game in the country. In honor of the casino’s 50th anniversary, their existing Rais
South Africa | 07/01/2016

Paving the way for innovative table gaming in Swaziland, Sun International’s Royal Swazi Spa teamed up with TCS John Huxley to install the very first progressive table game in the country. In honor of the casino’s 50th anniversary, their existing Raise ‘Em Poker table was upgraded to include TCS John Huxley’s Bonusing system, which enables them to customize the game with bespoke progressive jackpots.

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oyal Swazi Spa’s Gaming Manager, Johann de Lange commented, “The Royal Swazi Spa Casino is thrilled to have the new progressive installed on the non-smoking floor as part of our Golden Jubilee celebration and thus far have had great response and interest from our guests. We are hoping that it won’t be the last TCS John Huxley innovative product to be installed in our Casino and look forward to another 50 years of innovation.”

Progressive games such as TCS John Huxley’s Raise ‘Em Poker Plus, Big Bang Blackjack and Casino Hold ‘Em Poker Plus, have grown increasingly popular in South Africa due to their integration with the Bonusing system. Because of its flexibility, operators are able to set custom contribution ratios and choose fixed percentage payouts that satisfy their needs and suit player demands, which keeps them at the table longer.

John Whiskin, Managing Director, TCS John Huxley South Africa, remarked, “We’ve shared an excellent relationship with the Royal Swazi Spa for several decades now and we’re happy to be a part their latest milestone. The installation of our Bonusing system is the first in the region and is sure to provide an extra attraction for visitors. We wish them continued success in the years to come and look forward to helping them spearhead more innovation in the future.”

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