CSJOHNHUXLEY announced that its Qorex Electronic Gaming Solution products received approval from the Nevada Gaming Commission, which follows an extensive trial at the Grand Sierra Resort and Casino in Reno.
The approval covers the comprehensive Qorex system, including 23” Qorex electronic gaming terminals, central podium with SaturnTMDouble Zero Roulette Wheel, and the QorexHiLite system, featuring Orbit and Luna LED displays, all of which are connected to the centralized system for full synchronization of the game.
Following approval by the NGCB, a number of installations are scheduled to take place in North America.
"These casinos are excited to place Qorex on their gaming floors, as it provides a stunning centerpiece to the casino as well as delivering the benefits of electronic gaming such as multi-game selection and improved security whilst optimizing resources and hardware to increase revenue," highlighted the company in a press release.
Steph Nel, TCSJOHNHUXLEY Managing Director for the Americas commented: “We are delighted to receive the final approval from the Gaming Commission, which now paves the way for an extensive rollout across the region. The Qorex range provides casinos with a variety of benefits that are perfect for current conditions, as well as creating excitement and entertainment for players on the gaming floor.”
Tristan Sjöberg, TCSJOHNHUXLEY Executive Chairman added: “This is a historic milestone for TCSJOHNHUXLEY, our first fully in-house designed and developed electronic gaming solution. We hope to build on this achievement by bringing Qorex to other North American casinos quickly to help them recover from the pandemic.”