International edition
September 30, 2020

Those present include IGT’s Sabby Gill, Novomatic’s Jens Halle and Madis Jääger of Olympic Entertainment Group

FutureLogic celebrates 15 years in industry at ICE

(UK).-It has been 15 years since FutureLogic first provided its ticket printers. Since then, the company has shipped more than 1.5 million printers to the gaming industry. At 12pm tomorrow, FutureLogic is inviting guests to raise a glass of champagne to celebrate this important milestone at stand N6-210, at ICE.

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peaking at the special event will be IGT’s Sabby Gill, Jens Halle of Novomatic - the company’s largest gaming customer – and Madis Jääger of Olympic Entertainment Group, the first company to operate TITO in Europe.

At ICE, FutureLogic is launching the GEN3 Evolution Printer for international markets. Designed to be “the only printer a casino operator will need across their floor for the next 10 years,” the GEN3 Evolution has already enjoyed a speedy rollout in the US and Canada, with more than 50,000 printers installed in the North American market. The GEN3 Evolution was designed to be future-proof with faster print speed, greater ticket capacity and superior photographic quality printing.

This week the company is also exhibiting its latest module of Ticket2Go, Ticket2Go TITO. Ticket2Go, the company’s ticketing solution developed for AWP/low payout machine markets, has been enhanced to deliver a networked Ticket in, ticket out solution as well as the networkless ticket payout feature. Designed and developed for small to medium-sized gaming sites,

FutureLogic’s Ticket2Go offers a retrofit ticketing solution for gaming machines that do not support open standard ticketing protocols and delivers a single ticketing solution across a gaming floor. Ticket2Go TITO will allow true ticket-in, ticket-out operation on all analogue and digital gaming platforms across gaming arcades.

FutureLogic is launching PromoNet 3.0 for international markets here at ExCeL. PromoNet 3.0 includes improved business analytics, new promotion features and the possibility to run virtual promotions, enabling operators to fine tune their promotions before they go live. PromoNet 3.0 also includes PromoNet Print Manager, enabling third-party system vendors to provide promotional couponing as part of their own systems portfolio.

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