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CYPRUS Ruby Technology


Casino Assist: a CMS solution made by operators for operators


“Using Casino Assist in your casinos enables multi- currency support option for Cage balance and Tables, automatic rate exchange calculations, real time Live Gaming floor monitoring integrated with Tables Inspector application, providing players’ tracking activities per players’ names which gives easy understanding and usage with minimum training for your staff with detailed players’ information provided at any moment.”


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Tere is a new kid on the block in the world of casino management systems. Well not quite new, as the Ruby Technology system – Casino Assist Management System and the Ridotto Electronic Gaming Management System - has existed in ever improving versions for some years now and has been track-tested and operated in a number of casinos in various countries.


Established in 2014, Ruby Technology has its head office in Bulgaria and technical office in Northern Cyprus. Ruby Technology is a software development company that manufactures gaming and management software for casinos, supports casino hardware and IT services, and manufactures software technologies. It is a division of Northern Cyprus based Pasha International Group, hotel and casinos operators.


Sukru Tezel is the MD of Pasha International and was previously Group Gaming Systems Director. Te Ruby Technology software was developed by in-house software developers in ongoing co-operation with casino management teams who know and understand player needs as well as casino management requirements.


Te problem has been until now that the system has not been licensed, which has limited its market to a great extent. Now the owners of Ruby Technology have decided to go ahead and take their system out to the whole gaming world and are in the process of licensing.


Te first marketing venture was at the recent ICE Africa exposition. Southern Africa is of course a saturated market for management systems, with a number of local and imported systems available on the market and in use. However, those Southern African casino executives who visited the Ruby stand were taken by surprise when they had a run through of the system; some noting that it was the most user- friendly system they had ever come across.


Sukru Tezel says: “Using Casino Assist in your casinos enables multi-currency support option for Cage balance and Tables, automatic rate exchange calculations, real time Live Gaming floor monitoring integrated with Tables Inspector application, providing players’ tracking activities per players’ names which gives easy understanding and usage with minimum training for your staff with detailed players’ information provided at any moment.


Casino Assist is the flagship of casino management. All the money transaction from slots, live game, and cash desk and is the one and only report you need at the end of the day”.


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