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CASINO NEWS C


Comtrade Gaming to enhance Incredible Technologies slot infrastructure


omtrade Gaming has announced that their G2S (Game to System) EGM


protocol stacks will be integrated into Incredible Technologies’ slot machines. After decades of designing, developing and manufacturing gaming products, Incredible Technologies continues to position itself as an industry leader in innovation and performance. “We’re eager to complete the


integration of G2S with our EGM system software,” said Larry Hodgson, Vice President of Engineering at Incredible Technologies. “Our partnership with Comtrade will allow us to


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expand into new markets where G2S technology is the preferred EGM management system. We’re now able to provide an integrated solution that is growth-focused and player centred.” Created along GSA Standards, the G2S EGM Protocol Engine provides the vendor with the functionality to integrate a library of layered features to facilitate multiple host support, media server-initiated messages and detailed data to allow better performance analytics. As a part


of the sCore G2S Solution business logic extensions highlight key insights to open two-way communication between EGM and host systems. “G2S Protocol Stacks allow


fast implementation and permit scalability and successful product performance,” explains Igor Rus, Director of Systems. “As we negotiate new global entry points, the cooperation with Incredible Technology reinforces that the market continues to develop along our strengths. Opportunities for innovation provide partners with solutions and prove that progress is in development.”


Mayfair Casino acquires Clermont Club


ayfair Casino Ltd has acquired


Clermont Leisure (UK) Ltd, located at No 44 Berkeley Square, London – formerly the Clermont Club. The club, closed


since March 2018, will be refurbished and relaunched in early 2020.


The acquisition is in


line with Mayfair Casino’s long-term plans to expand its footprint in London. This becomes Mayfair Casino Ltd’s second property in the city, following last year’s acquisition of Napoleons Casino on Leicester Square, which re-opened as


Horizons Casino in July. A spokesperson for


Mayfair Casino says: “We’re very happy to have added such a well-respected and historical brand to our portfolio and will now focus on a smooth transition period before we begin on rebranding and refurbishing the


property. It’s a very exciting time for Mayfair Casino Ltd.” The Grade I listed


building is the only surviving townhouse designed by William Kent, built between 1742 and 1745. Since 1950, the address has been a private member’s club and casino.


ECA examines key safety and security trends at Helsinki conference


he European Casino


Association (ECA)


held its first-ever Safety & Security Conference at Veikkaus Casino Helsinki in early April. The conference combined the expertise of members, partners and external experts. The mix of presentations and workshops focused on


physical safety & security, as well as cybersecurity in a modern land-based casino environment. Identifying the key prevention measures for


the industry and sharing first-hand experience and best practice were at the centre of discussion and networking throughout the event. Topics on the agenda were


international cooperation, payment safety, fraud prevention, international standards certification, as well as trends and legal aspects of cybersecurity. The conference follows a workshop held in 2018 at Casino 2OOO in Luxembourg, which kick-started the activities that will now become a regular feature in coming years.


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