TCS John Huxley debuts some exciting new additions to its portfolio at the G2E Asia show, held in Macau from 21-23 May.
Making its debut at the show will be the 8-player Qorex carousel unit, designed to be a real showstopper on the gaming floor. Available for both 23” or 27” Qorex terminals and incorporating large scale 65” screens that can be seen right across the casino, the carousel units can be customized to include Asian influence features such as ornate dragons or curved roof designs, all in a variety of colourways to match any interior.
The carousel format is extremely flexible for operators and can be built around automated devices which include the Saturn™ Auto Roulette wheel, or the innovative Baccarat based-game of Gameball. In addition, players can choose from multiple games of live roulette and baccarat linked with live camera feeds from around the gaming floor, as well as RNG options.
Also showcased is a range of Blaze LED surface technology games. Blaze continues to be a popular choice with casinos across the globe, incorporating eye-catching patented game attract animations as well as highlighting winning bets which excite new and experienced players whilst providing additional security to dealers and operations staff alike. Joining the Blaze range and making its world-wide debut at G2E Asia 2019, is Blaze Baccarat which brings a new and exciting twist to the traditional game of Baccarat.
The Ora winning number display range has been designed to offer a new dimension of game excitement and atmosphere on the casino gaming floor, helping to ensure the power of winning number displays is maximised. Launched at G2E Asia 2018, the displays are joined by two new additions to the range which incorporate surveillance cameras and min/max displays. Available in landscape and portrait double sided options and various screen sizes plus the ability to add eye-catching LED’s, there is now a display for every game type.
Rebecca Kingswell, TCS John Huxley Managing Director APAC, said: “We are excited to debut some exciting and visually striking products at this year’s show. Operators are looking for products to grab players attention, so providing innovative products that are not only aesthetically exciting and entertaining, but also provide security and operational benefits, is key to our development process.”