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INTERBLOCK AND FOXWOODS


and the dealers make it even more engaging. But Pulse Arena is a whole new level up from that.


CI: What’s the main strength of the Stadium concept? RC: The whole Stadium design was to create communal gaming. This allows fun, communal gaming, with music, a DJ if the casino wants that, in the Pulse Arena setup. An Automated Stadium concept has fully automated game generators and would work in a place with no live table games, for example; it’s still a very communal experience, you can play with your friends close by and all play different games, without having to be on different tables. And players aren’t intimidated by a more experienced player on the table, they can play and learn at their own pace, and still feel part of a full table game experience, which is generally a more social one. It’s just a fun experience for people, and not just for a younger audience, all different


ages and groups play on them. The beauty of this concept is that a


player can sit down, there are multiple games to choose from – I can be playing roulette, you can be playing craps, and we can stay together for the evening. The Pulse Arena that Foxwoods have is


just a fabulous showcase for them and us. There is the issue of efficiency as well. If


you have a casino with a limited number of table games, you have to look for a way to make the most revenue you can within your licensing constraints. So here is a concept where you can keep your live tables at the higher minimums – the tables are still there, just at a higher limit, it’s a premium. Then we can fill in for that casino and take the lower limit players for them, that’s one concept we fulfil for casinos, those $5-10 players or lower, and you can keep your table games for higher-end players and everybody has their space within the same casino. Running a five-dollar minimum table


game is not efficient in the US, with staffing, supervision, security, it’s not really viable for a casino. We can put in 24 stations with one dealer, against six on a standard table – so you have tripled your efficiency.


CI: What’s the best setup for the Stadium to work – how many games with dealers, for example? RC: The concept of the Stadium is one or several dealers in front… They work best with at least three games, with dealers; you can mix automated games with that as well.


CI: It’s a great endorsement to be selected by Foxwoods – and more than once! RC: It’s a great partnership. That relationship is much stronger than a typical vendor/casino relationship. We consult with each other – they use our product, and they have ideas as to how we can make it better. We listen to them.


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