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APEX gaming was rolling in


the CLOVER at ICE 2020 APEX gaming painted the ICE 2020 in a lush green hue, celebrating the massive international success of CLOVER LINK. Te APEX booth was awash with a vast array of CLOVER LINK game packages and configurations, the highlight of which was the brand new CLOVER LINK Xtreme jackpot solution, which was officially launched at the London show


CLOVER LINK's of every style, size and shape adorned the booth, from the Big Island, Wall and Round Editions, to another new entry, CLOVER LINK CASH, a standalone link adding even greater flexibility to the line-up. Te modular design of the CLOVER LINK enables APEX to custom build signage solutions to adapt to every shape and style of gaming floor. “We seek to cater for all customer preferences and space requirements with a highly configurable range of CLOVER LINK solutions that we adapt and tailor-make for international operators,” commented Kubilay Ozer, Global Sales Director at APEX gaming.


While CLOVER LINK stole the spotlight at ICE, APEX also unveiled a host of new developments including a brand new multi-games mix; and the latest addition to the Pinnacle cabinet range, the Pinnacle Black Series, equipped with dual 24ins. monitors and a new front design encompassing all-round LED lighting. Te Pinnacle Black Series is available with APEX’s optional VIP gaming chair, adding even more convenience and style to the player experience. APEX also announced that its entire 2020 slots range can be configured to


accommodate VIP chairs at the point of sale, or retrospectively in the future. EVO 4, the latest platform innovation from APEX, made its international debut in London, delivering more power and performance. Te platform launched with a multi-game package including 25 games from classic titles through to the very latest APEX releases.


In addition to slots products, APEX unveiled its new ChipperX at ICE, the company’s brand new chipper solution for live tables. Able to sort colour and cash chips from a 12 chip rack, the USP of this device is the exceptionally quiet operating performance that’s described as near silent. At just 60kg, the ChipperX is easily manoeuvrable on the gaming floor, with online connectivity to ensure peak performance in an easily maintained package. Developed and tested in-house at APEX’s own casinos in the Czech Republic, the ChipperX launches with a proven track record, having operated flawlessly for 12 months before its launch at ICE.


“ChipperX launches with all the operating


CPI’s smart hardware solutions that provide answers to the problems facing operators today


Crane Payment Innovations showed its new TPK solution at ICE 2020, a Ticket Purchasing Kiosk that utilises the versatile Alio Card Reader to do more than just accept cashless payments


Te CPI Ticket Purchasing Kiosk enables players to purchase TiTo tickets without having to visit an ATM. Te solution combines ticketing printing with CPI’s Alio card reader to enable players to transfer sums within the casino environment without the need to carry cash.


Te Ticket Purchasing Kiosk enables operators to accept payment options that include magnetic swipe, chip and contactless. In addition to contactless transactions, a PIN pad lets players transfer funds above the €30 maximum limit


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imposed for contactless payments and is a new addition to the TPK unit displayed at the G2E show last year. Te PIN-on-glass display, which can also be used for marketing messaging, allows for high- value transactions for players, while operators can connect their existing TiTo system to the TPK to enable real-time payments tracking and device management.


Featuring a compact footprint, the CPI Ticket Purchasing Kiosk is the ideal size for both large and small gaming floors.


“We see TPK as the perfect interim cost-effective step for players and a solution for operators that they can adopt today, meeting the needs of the millennial cashless generation,” explained CPI’s Phoebe Gutt at the ICE show in London. “TPK is an intermediary step that can be adopted by operators


The Alio Card Reader


today to meet the needs of today’s players. Tis is not technology that we need a decade for regulation to approve. It’s available now.”


The new ChipperX


knowledge and technical experience of the APEX team, in a quiet, easy to maintain and user- friendly package - at an extremely attractive price point,” explained Mr. Ozer. “ChipperX builds upon the success of our shuffler and intelligent cash handling products, Shuffle King and iDROP, which have proven to be the perfect cost-effective solutions for our international casino clients. ChipperX was extremely well received at the ICE show with visitors excited about the newest gaming solutions, including our expanding CLOVER LINK range. We thank all our customers and visitors to the booth at ICE and look forward to working within them in 2020.”


Kubilay Özer, Global Sales Director at APEX gaming pictured with the new CLOVER Link Xtreme


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