International edition
March 02, 2021

Payam Zadeh, General Manager of JCM Europe

"JCM has always understood and seized the opportunities that ICE offers"

"In the past 20 years we have witnessed a transformation from a roll machine dominated market to a casino world widely covered by video displays," says JCM Europe GM Payam Zadeh.
United Kingdom | 01/16/2020

Leading JCM’s exhibition will be its new UBA Pro Family. The company anticipates "an excellent show" in 2020. Looking ahead, Zadeh tells Yogonet that in order to continuously offer attractive gaming opportunities for coming generations, new game concepts will be required to be defined, both in terms of game principles and the technology around.

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hat will be JCM's focus and highlights at ICE London 2020? What are your key expectations and goals for the show?

Leading JCM’s exhibition is our new standard of bill validation – the new UBA Pro Family. The newly introduced product suite consists of a bill validator – the UBA Pro – and two bill recyclers for two and four denominations – the UBA Pro-RT and UBA Pro-RQ. The UBA Pro Family builds on the solid foundation of the best of our bill validation technologies and raises the bar.

JCM will also show MRX Modular Banknote Recycler. MRX is ideal for a wide range of payment terminal types and was created for ultimate flexibility, because it allows operators to select the number of cassettes they need for each individual application.

Other products on display are e.g. iVIZION, RDM, iPRO-RC, tbv, VEGA, GEN5 as well as the system technologies FUZION, Ticket2Go, ICB and PromoNET. JCM has always understood and seized the opportunities that ICE offers. We anticipate an excellent show in 2020 and look forward to seeing existing customers and meeting new ones in London.

Could you share your prospects and outlook for the global gaming industry in 2020, regarding trends, emerging markets and technologies, new demands and player generations, challenges and opportunities, etc.? What are your strategies and approach in that sense?

Our world is subject to constant change. Likewise, this applies to the shape of gaming. In the past 20 years we have witnessed a transformation from a roll machine dominated market to a casino world widely covered by video displays. In order to continuously offer attractive gaming opportunities for coming generations, new game concepts will be required to be defined. Both, in terms of game principles and the technology around.

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