CSJOHNHUXLEY showcased some new and exciting additions to its range of world-renowned products.
ICE 2019 saw the European debut of Blaze Craps which joined other Blaze products on show, including Blaze Roulette and Blaze Money Wheel. Like all products in the suite, Blaze Craps features eye-catching energy efficient LED lights fitted below the surface of the gaming table which display unique ‘attract sequences’ and custom-themed animations, while also highlighting winning numbers.
As the industry’s only patented table technology to illuminate custom video animations through the layout, Blaze has proven to be an exciting addition to any gaming floor. Blaze LED surface technology has been adopted extensively throughout the global live gaming market with over 600 Blaze Sicbo units installed across Asia and over 100 Blaze Roulette tables installed in the Americas in 2018 alone.
Blaze displays unique ‘attract sequences’ and custom-themed animations, while also highlighting winning numbers. With a choice of single or double table configurations – depending upon game-type – and with acrylic or cloth layouts available, Blaze offers an array of options to meet any casino need.
Tristan Sjöberg, TCSJOHNHUXLEY Executive Chairman , “Our Blaze LED surface technology has dominated the illuminated gaming table market in Asia and enjoyed major success in the Americas and Europe, as it’s the only product available that features in-game animated video allowing operators to incorporate themed designs and images into their most popular games. We continue to add new games to the range, providing operators with endless possibilities for theming and advertising, whilst attracting players to tables.”
The Blaze product suite not only provides stunning graphics it also increases security on the casino floor and assists Dealers with game accuracy. Players and gaming staff instantly benefit from seeing winning numbers clearly highlighted, and with the improved visibility of these sections, Pit Bosses and security staff can easily monitor game procedures from a distance.