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MultiBet stole the show for TCSJohnHuxley on a stand packed with innovation and traditional craftsmanship


TCSJohnHuxley unveiled a double-hander of multi-player tech solutions at ICE 2020, alongside new additions to the company’s traditional range of products that have enjoyed the VIP treatment in terms of both craftsmanship and innovation


Te headline product on the ICE booth was the international launch of MultiBet, the result of a partnership between Australia-based Gaming Entertainment Systems (GES) and TCSJohnHuxley. In London, MultiBet Roulette and MultiBet Baccarat both made their international debuts, fusing together sports and lottery-style betting with table gaming to create betting options from results generated by live and virtual table games with the casino venue.


MultiBet allows players to place sports and lottery- style bets on table games via a betting terminal issuing betting tickets. Once players receive a ticket, it’s either activated for virtual table games at the terminal, or at the gaming tables for live games. Additionally, players have the option to track their bets using their mobile devices by scanning the QR code.


MultiBet Roulette and MultiBet Baccarat are the first games to debut, which allow players to generate and control their stakes and odds by placing bets on their favourite numbers, high-low results and streaks over single or multiple consecutive games.


A-Star for Ainsworth as cabinet launch at ICE ushers in ‘new era’


ICE 2020 marked the global launch of Ainsworth’s A-Star cabinet, heralding a ‘new era’ for the Australian slot giant


Te A-Star comes in two versions; A-Star Dual Screen with two 27” monitors and A-Star Curve with a 43” curve monitor, both in luxury style with all the features to expect from an innovative cabinet such as great design, dynamic LED lighting and LCD touchscreen button deck.


Mike Robinson, Business Development Manager for Ainsworth in Europe, said: “Tis is the first time in three years that Ainsworth has launched a new cabinet, following the huge success of the A600, and we’re delighted to be bringing it to Europe. We’ve had a lot of interest in it from European casino groups at this show and feel it’s going to be a game changer for Ainsworth in the European market.”


A range of new and popular games was also P58 NEWSWIRE / INTERACTIVE / MARKET DATA


presented, such as Money Up, Born Free, Ultimate Upgrade, Cai Fu Journey, Lucky Empress and Fiesta Grande, all with innovative gameplay and features. Alongside the A-Star, proven titles were featured on the two screen A600 and single screen A640.


A selection of QuickSpin games was brought to London including the new Super Charged 7s Classics, Super Lit Vegas, the linked progressive title Turbo Charged 7s and dual-screen game Super Sonic 7s. A new multi-game pack was also introduced for the


Qorex and MultiBet showcased the depth of new tech innovation on the TCSJohnHuxley booth


Simon Witty, founder of GES, commented: “MultiBet has been in development five years and will revolutionise table gaming. MultiBet fuses sports style betting with table games, creating exotic betting options which can be played out in the bar, in the restaurant or at the tables themselves.”


Continuing the theme of innovation in the live gaming space, TCSJohnHuxley showcased a range of striking additions to its Qorex Electronic Gaming Solutions line at ICE 2020. Designed to complement the Qorex cabinet, a range of new accessories featuring podiums, divider shelves and game signage were shown for the first time at ExCeL.


Circular overhead signage incorporates high intensity LED’s that provide vibrant and eye- catching animated game information as well as attract modes, allowing players to clearly see the Qorex area and stages of the game, right across the gaming floor. New ergonomically designed player shelves double as spacers in-between terminals and feature the same LED lighting to provide a seamless look. Further player features include cordless charging spots for mobile devices along with drink holders to prevent spillages.


New podium designs that incorporate the same circular LED signage house automated products such as Saturn Auto Wheel and the innovative Giant Dice Shaker, which also had its world-wide


Ainsworth’s Lawrence Levy and Mike Robinson


single screen cabinets, Mega Choice Superstar with two QuickSpin titles and three classic games.


New Ainsworth multi-game mixes also received positive response, such as Electric Cash Originals, a multi-game link progressive featuring a Stick & Spin feature with titles Sweet Chilli, Legends of Giza and Rise of the Dragon. In addition were European- driven mixes such as Mega Choice Treasures and Mega Choice Nostalgia that combine best market performers.


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