JCM Global has further expanded its partnership with Jake’s 58 Casino Hotel in Long Island, New York into digital signage solutions, with the company providing an ultra-high resolution sports ticker for the property.
JCM Global has installed an ultra-high resolution sports ticker digital signage solution at Jake’s 58 Casino Hotel in Long Island, New York.
Specifically, JCM installed a DSS Max-R 1.9mm solution which is suspended from the ceiling at the Casino Bar on the property’s second floor. The DSS Max-R is a modular display solution comprised of slim, individual panels that can be joined together to enhance virtually any space. Because each DSS MAX-R panel is super slim and light, they can be used in an almost limitless variety of executions, from wall-mounted to suspended from the ceiling. JCM’s DSS Max-R panels have an extra wide viewing angle of 160 degrees, exceptional picture quality, seamless stitching, and are switchable in real-time.
“The Jake’s 58 team is excited to enhance our guest experience by providing realtime information as well as other high-quality digital messaging directly to our guests on the gaming floor. The JCM team has been an invaluable partner in providing this digital screen, and I look forward to continuing our relationship in the future,” said the property’s assistant general manager Daniel Freid.
While this is the first DSS installation at Jake’s 58, JCM has enjoyed a successful relationship with the property since it first opened in 2017. Jake’s 58’s casino floor is protected by JCM’s award-winning iVizion bill validator and ICB Intelligent Cash Box system on its 1,000 EGMs.
“We are thrilled to again expand our relationship with long-time partner Jake’s 58 by bringing JCM’s Digital Signage Solutions to further enhance their guests’ experience,” said JCM SVP of sales, marketing, and operations Dave Kubajak. “We are excited to continue creating the most visually dynamic sports watching environments for the US gaming industry, with DSS installations for sports books, sports bars, and more.”