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September 16, 2021

More significant installations are planned across the region

TCS John Huxley Asia unveiled its products at G2E Asia

(Macau).- At G2E Asia 2013, TCS John Huxley demonstrated a full range of innovative products. These included Gaming Floor Live the real-time game optimisation tool designed to maximise key performance areas and profitability. Initially launched with Roulette, the recent additions of Baccarat and Sic Bo provide operators with a fully inclusive system.

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ver the last 12 months TCS John Huxley Asia has set about strengthening the team and expanding and improving operational efficiencies across the region. The continued investment in innovation and people right across the business confirms the company are actively driving change and building for the future. Having already enjoyed success in Macau more significant installations are planned across the region.

Group CEO Cath Burns commented, “At last year’s show we spoke about focusing heavily on refining and improving our processes and investing in our products and our people. The first stage of this is now complete and we are able to provide a clear vision of the future - our products and services and to develop and grow customer partnerships by understanding their challenges and business requirements.  We are adding new dimensions to what we do, from technical support to a significant investment in key areas, such as Asia to service the fastest growing region in our business”.

Also on show Supernova Table Bonus System combined with new Asian focused games, such as Dragon 21, demonstrated the delivery of floor wide progressive and game bonusing.  With the recent installations of Supernova tables across South Africa, Asian operators were keen to see the added potential that Supernova offers for all their live table games.

The firm’s continued commitment to product development was highlighted with the launch of some new regionally inspired products. Blaze gaming surface technology, available for Baccarat and Sic Bo, brings stunning animations to live tables. Projected through a traditional layout, Blaze brings excitement to games and attracts new players by making tables stand out on the casino floor. For added game security, all winning bets and game sequences are highlighted and standard gaming layouts cover the complete table surface. Blaze gaming surface technology will be rolled out in the coming year to cover a full range of table games.

Also new for 2013, Dragon Roulette brings Asian excitement to the traditional game of Roulette with odds of up to 300 to 1. Utilising Double Action Roulette wheel technology, the game uses two independently rotating cylinders. The outer cylinder has conventional Roulette numbers and the inner cylinder has ‘Dragon’ bonus symbols. In the event the ball comes to rest in alignment with one of the gold or silver dragons, wagers placed on the corresponding ‘Dragon Racetrack’ number will be paid. With its exciting Asian twist, operators from across the region were impressed by the simplicity and added player appeal of Dragon Roulette.

Making a global debut, the new e-FX Elite 2 winning number display range were displayed on stunning white custom designed gaming tables. Introducing a new aluminium case design it builds on all the strengths of the original e-FX™ Elite, with more added functionality and featuring a new screen with higher resolution.  e-FX™ Elite 2 brings fully integrated cable management and improved camera fixing points with the option of an additional promotional topper screen. Backlit buttons with intelligent lighting modes deliver improved usability; whist dual attendant / staff call lights result in improved customer service.

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