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September 24, 2021

It can now be applied to any table game

TCS John Huxley brought new Supernova developments to G2E Asia

(Macau).- TCS John Huxley showcased the latest developments of their SuperNova Table Bonus System at recent G2E Asia. This floor wide progressive and game bonusing system delivers adds value to all live table games including Roulette. The system drives increased revenues by adding higher levels of player excitement and loyalty to all of your live table games.

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his makes it the world’s first progressive system for local and networked table game applications that can be used on any live table.  SuperNova can now be applied to any table game. Its multi-level event based and mystery prizes can be employed even on games that don’t normally run progressive jackpots.
“You can add the Supernova system to any game, even one without a progressive jackpot, and just have it running in mystery mode. Having listened to the needs of casino operators, our latest SuperNova developments link your card and Roulette tables together“explains Harley Jackson, Technical Director TCS John Huxley Australasia and who headed up development of the system.

SuperNova incorporates the wide screen Omni Progressive Display.  It features multiple odometers and can be re-skinned and themed to integrate with the base table game and reinforce the overall casino brand.  An intuitive touch screen handset allows easy dealer operation and quick game change configuration.
The unique SuperNova animated bet sensor is capable of an infinite range of attract mode effects and enticing sequences such as pulsating, spinning and sparkling to drive side bet participation and increase the energy level of the game.

Bets are made and recorded when chips are placed onto the Supernova sensors fitted to the table. Players can play the base game alone, or they can choose to play the base game plus a mystery bonus and in many cases a progressive jackpot too if supported by the base game.  An optional illuminating Bash Button adds tactile participation to a range of games including double up features and secondary bonus games.

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