he devices give customers the choice to play anything from standard games of bingo and cashline to Category C, D and B3 amusements, video bingo content and skill games without leaving the comfort of their own seats.
Electronic bingo terminals have proved such a hit with customers that Mecca is investing an additional us$ 783,465 in the concept to ensure that even more people can enjoy electronic bingo in its clubs, bringing the total investment in the product to us$ 10.1 million.
Mecca Max was developed in partnership with X2 Computing and ECM. It comprises a 10.2” touch screen display and a ruggedised casing, with built-in handle and stand, along with a high power battery that delivers more than 10 hours of continuous battery life. X2 Computing also supplied custom modular charging racks with built-in cooling systems designed and built to fit the physical layout constraints of clubs. Each module provides safe and secure charging for up to 27 devices simultaneously.
According to Rob Brown, electronic gaming manager at Mecca and the mastermind behind the tablet: “After in depth product trials, Mecca is now the largest single EBT product operator in the UK. We have reached this position because not only have we invested in leading-edge software and hardware, ensuring the product builds on the synergies afforded from our online and mobile offerings, but because we continually invest in researching our customers' needs."
X2 Computing specialises in the design and delivery of custom technology solutions and provides a complete development service from architecture to release and partial or full product life cycle development. The company also supports product improvements and enhancements to extend investments in existing hardware.