he company's joint venture partner, Global Gaming Labs, is demonstrating the software that the company uses in its GameBase Kiosks.
"We are thrilled to be represented by GGL," said CEO Steven Swank. "We are grateful to them for showing customers how the interface would work in our machines. Once the customers recognize the quality of GGL's software and service, they will be able to order the hardware from us."
The Kiosk will provide customers with a customizable interface allowing the choice of any or all sports betting, live dealer casino, slots and horse wagering. The consoles themselves can be customized to suit any décor using a wide range of colors and designs.
"Our Kiosks have ten times the features of other gambling kiosks that cost as much as us$ 15,000," stated Swank, adding, "We are very proud to be able to offer these units for only us$ 5,995."
The Kiosks will be available for sale, lease and/or revenue sharing. The company will work with customers to find a purchase plan that fits the customer's business model. "We signed a joint venture agreement with GGL," concluded Swank, "because we knew their software and service is the best in the business. And our GameBase Kiosks are built to equal that level of excellence."