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Elo enhances collaboration and end- point management with unified architecture for Interactive Solutions


At the forefront of an impressive display of signage, collaboration and self-service solutions was Elo’s management software, EloView, which makes interactive technology easy and reliable


EloView allows you to deploy and securely manage an entire network of Android-powered interactive signage, point-of-sale systems and kiosks. Te management software enables you to deploy content, manage settings and maintain the OS to reduce operating costs while increasing up-time and security. Te EloView’s modular system is designed with seamless integration in mind to enable smarter content distribution and device management abilities alongside existing CMS platforms and MDM tools.


Unmissable on the manufacturer’s stand was its 4K line, including 55-inch and 65-inch interactive displays. With their sleek, durable design, Elo’s line of 4K touchscreens enables robust interactive applications, including signage and self-service engagement. From seven to 70 inch for all areas of the gaming and casino environment, Elo’s touch solutions feature large and small interactive digital signage for interactive advertising, casino way- finding, point-of-information and scoreboards.


Elo’s all-in-one touch computers offer a complete system in the footprint of a standard desktop monitor suitable for bingo halls, sports betting and


Rob Kardos, ELO’s Channel Sales Manager Eastern Europe


gaming tables for player card and table management. Available between 10 to 55-inch in an open-frame gaming design, the gaming monitors have true flat glass edge-to-edge designs or precision mini-bezel with splash-proof seal. From a single touch to over ten touch points and multiple panel options to support wide viewing angles, Elo’s solutions are built specifically for the demanding requirements of the gaming industry.


“Elo moves in all verticals wherever there is a touch


point,” said Rob Kardos, Channel Sales Manager, Eastern Europe at Elo. “Te great thing about the gaming industry is that from roulettes to slots there is always a touch point. We are now looking towards Android which is a massive growth market whilst we re-strategize our role in the gaming industry. Te next big step for us will be when the gaming market fully embraces the potential for touch technology and building our strategy around that. It is an industry with very specific needs – Elo is here to listen and deliver.”


Te game starts when two players enter the guest lobby to take on a random opponent, placing bets on a popular game of chance with one point awarded for each winning move. Tose who utilise Digitain’s game mechanics to successfully second guess their opponent are rewarded with sizeable cash-prizes.


Minesweeper is a two-player release with a mine hidden in one of game’s eight cells, with points given to those who select an empty cell when the second player triggers the mine.


The Digitain team at ICE London


Hat-trick of new games for Digitain at ICE London 2020


Digitain was at ICE London showing its full portfolio of 2020 trading tools, sportsbook as well as three new games; RocketOn, Rock, Paper, Scissors and Minesweeper


RocketOn sees players place bets on the fate of the Digitain rocket as it blasts off into the stratosphere.


With initial bets placed at the launch, the odds P60 NEWSWIRE / INTERACTIVE / MARKET DATA


grow riskier as the rocket’s journey time increases with the aim of the game being to cash-out before the rocket explodes.


Fate is left up to chance thanks to Digitain’s RNG tools, players who cash-out and exit the game before the rocket explodes are set for a big win.


Rock, Paper, Scissors is Digitain’s adaptation of one of the world’s best-known games.


Allowing the player who starts the game to determine its duration, step time, stake and winning score line, Digitain’s latest creation has been designed to bring players together from across the planet.


Te player who initiates the game determines the game’s conditions; including score, duration, step time and bet amount. Te second player must then accept the game’s set parameters to join. Minesweeper offers a winner-takes-all format; with the player who amasses the necessary points set to take home the full jackpot.


Te group’s sports betting platform is designed for the demands of live betting in a diverse legislative landscape.


Providing a multi-lingual, multi-currency, customisable interface that can be easily integrated, Digitain’s APIs allow for a bespoke service with both new and existing platforms for online and land-based operators.


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