Reel Games Inc. and its partner EGT Multiplayer announce the launch of the T-Line touch table roulette at Fantasy Springs Resort Casino, located in Indio, California, near Palm Springs.
The casino is operated by the Cabazon Band of Mission Indians and includes in its gaming portfolio 2000 slot machines and video poker, 40 tables, and 9,300 sq. m of special events center space. Now it is also supplied with the luxury and stylish T84 model, featuring a 84-inch touch screen with six player positions, a double zero automated roulette wheel, enhanced quality stereo sound and fast number detection system based, on optical and IR sensors. It is able to be connected to an unlimited number S32 player terminals and has an included 23-inch LCD-TFT monitor, displaying statistical game information. The T84 will also be linked to the jackpot system Diamond Number of 2 levels – Diamond and Sapphire, as soon as it is approved by the National Indian Gaming Commission.
Sean Smith, founder and president of Reel Games Inc., shared about the installation: “I am delighted to begin partnering with the Fantasy Springs Resort Casino, especially with this product. I first showed it to them at the G2E Vegas two years ago, when it still wasn’t approved for the US. The model speaks for itself as a high-end, beautiful luxury roulette solution and they are always looking for new products for their gaming floor. Prior to their installation we also delivered two T84 to Seminole Tribe of Florida Casinos and the customer’s initial feedback is positive.”
Reel Games Inc. have also supplied slot machines to the Seminoles and other tribal gaming establishments, like Thunder Valley, Cache Creek and Chickasaw. At the Indian Gaming Show 2019 the company, together with EGT and EGT Multiplayer, will showcase some new jackpot and slot developments, as well as the S-Line roulette terminals. “I am expecting high interest in our products and many guests from around the US at our booth and am prepared to show them around an exposition that will not leave them indifferent,” added Mr. Smith.