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G2E 2019 REVIEW Players sign up for the CashClub Wallet. It


allows players to set spending limits, store multiple payment methods and transfer funds to and from the casino. Players may even safely receive relevant tax


information when prompted with security questions. Private data is not stored. Everi’s loyalty app connects the loyalty


program to guests’ mobile phones, facilitating operator communication with guests at any location. The app adds several layers of contact.


APEX GAMING A


PEX gaming is quickly making a name for itself in North


America, especially the USA and Mexico. CLOVER LINK is the success story that has proven and consistent above-average floor takings. The unique features behind CLOVER LINK has enabled this jackpot game to become a firm favourite among players and operators alike. It was no surprise that


CLOVER LINK was the focus of the show for many visitors. The team at APEX gaming took the opportunity to exhibit various versions of


INSPIRED “I


nspired is an innovator in the gaming industry and our booth at G2E was a must-see for North American gaming


and lottery operators looking for new opportunities to grow revenues,” said Lorne Weil, Executive Chairman of Inspired. “Our portfolio of products is extremely popular in Europe and we are excited for the potential growth we see in North America. We received rave reviews for our brand new VALOR gaming terminal, which was just installed in select route venues in Illinois, and our full spectrum of Virtual Sports and Interactive content are becoming increasingly popular with the proliferation of sports betting and online gaming in the US.” Inspired showcased a premium suite of G2S-compliant products, including a rich variety of Video Lottery Terminal/Video


Gaming Terminal (VLT/VGT) themes with proven high-performing features. Inspired’s multi-game experience offers products to address the preferences of every player on a single cabinet, whether they are looking for time-on-device or larger jackpots. The star of this year’s show was Inspired’s


new VALOR cabinet, which is new to North America. VALOR is aesthetically pleasing and reliable, boasting striking dual 27” high- definition floating screens with superior sound that deliver an immersive player experience and perfectly complement the company’s diverse range of visually impactful content. The cabinet also frames an elegant, easy-to- follow multi-game user interface that delivers intuitive game selection and fast loading times. VALOR installations began in October and are quickly becoming popular.


CLOVER LINK solutions: The Big Island Edition (eight slots, two banks), the Round Edition (four slots, circular design) and the Wall Edition (which is flexible and expandable). Adding to this, operators can choose from a wide range of Pinnacle slots, including the Black Series with two wide-screen monitors, the 43” curved screen and the Pinnacle Premium SL slant top (PPSL) with three-monitors. The number of installations is rising quickly in the USA. APOGEE Gaming is the master distributor for APEX


gaming in North America. Under the leadership of Mr. J.L. Drapeau, APEX provides professional service, being completely dedicated to its customers. Mr. Drapeau noted: “We have already installed CLOVER LINK in five different US states. We will be reporting shortly on these success stories. The show was amazing – APEX has become well known in the US in a very short period of time. Player response to CLOVER LINK has been outstanding, as evidenced by its extremely high occupancy rate.”


GLOBAL PAYMENTS Called “ridiculously simple”, the Global Payments tech-led payment strategy supplies companies from more than 70 industries- including casinos and restaurants-in 100 countries. Their 140 payment methods processes 50 billion transactions yearly. This technology is well-suited for larger


operations and provides an easy full resort experience. Biometrics and an app will soon ease scanning smart tags for analysis, funding or digital cash release. It took 18 months to develop and will appear in Oklahoma casinos soon.


IGT The “resort wallet” creates an individual customer account. By using an app that requires a PIN or fingerprint for access, financial limits can be set by denominations or daily maximums. Additional benefits include eliminating paper tickets or jams. New to the U.S. market, this cashless


technology has been popular in Asia for 10 years. IGT is seeking field trials in Nevada.


MAZOOMA Mazooma’s eCheck Select Xpress online- verified ACH product is critical for low-cost iGaming and sports betting customer acquisition. The proprietary complete process verifies customer data while simplifying deposits and withdrawals. eCheck offers repeat customers a one-click deposit feature. The 100 percent bank coverage verifies all account data via a streamlined transaction flow. Mazooma already has processed $35 billion in transactions-75 percent via mobile devices- and maintains multiple direct-to-bank processing relationships and gaming licenses in every regulated US state.


SCIENTIFIC GAMES CORPORATION The cashless casino app mimics a player card with a “wallet” that can transfer money to a device. This major technological advance will be integrated into both old and new machines. Scientific Games aims to launch this feature in early 2020. Enhanced facial recognition adds an extra


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