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CASINO FLEX/COPAG – ICE PREVIEW CasinoFlex Systems to bring key


systems innovations to ICE Larger stand mirrors company growth; find out what makes them tick – and how they can help your operation – on stand S5-102


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he CasinoFlex Systems International team sends out a warm welcome to come and see the key innovations that will be released at ICE, on stand number S5-102. This young and dynamic company has always put customer


requirements first. Each casino or gaming location has its own specific needs and requirements. There is no one solution that fits all. Furthermore, casino managers cannot always know which solutions best fit their own requirements. Here specific, detailed on-site advice takes away any uncertainties. “We at CasinoFlex Systems International team have decades on experience in systems technology. We have worked for many years both for gaming operators and manufacturers. We have seen the weaknesses in the market and have focused from day one in creating a stronger portfolio with the dedicated service to match. We firmly believe in investing the time and focus with our customers to ensure they are made fully aware of the opportunities a system offers and secondly that they are trained to make full use of these,” comments Tim Klok, Managing Director at CasinoFlex Systems International.


Visitors to the stand can see how they can benefit from the


new innovations. The Player Tracking Module is even more interactive. New marketing tools will be released. In addition to that, customers can now make use of a new TFT colour screen – available in any size. Video content can also be streamed. Bas Baarbe, Technology Director at CasinoFlex Systems


International, explains, “It is not just about having new features – it is also about how these are then put into practice. For example, video streaming can be popular for players who wish to watch a certain sports event, for example a football match. Operators can steer this desire to provide this service only when the slot machine is in use – making it a win-win for both the operator and player. We place particular emphasis on providing different ways to manage our system – making it unique for each customer. “


Please visit CasinoFlex Systems International at ICE to learn more.


Copag returns to grace ICE again O


Latin America card giants return to the European stage; find them at booth S7-200


70 JANUARY 2019


nce again Copag, the leading manufacturer of playing cards in Latin America, producing and offering


high-quality cards for over 100 years, whether in cardboard or 100% plastic, and present in the main casinos and poker tournaments throughout the world, will have their own stand at the ICE event to meet their customers. The company that has been certified with


ISO 9001 for over 15 years, and is also certified with ISO 14000 (Environment) and


SA 8000 (Social Responsibility), working under strict quality systems, in all production phases, selling all over the world, should be present at the most important casino expo in Europe. Visit us at booth number S7-200, from


February 5th till 7th. We will be pleased to meet our customers, solve any doubts they may have, present our products and listen to their needs. Come visit us!


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