Novomatic Spain chooses JCM’s Ticket2Go solution

Novomatic Spain JCM Global Ticket2Go system
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JCM Global has extended its relationship with Novomatic Spain, which has successfully integrated the cash handling specialist’s globally recognised Ticket2Go system across the country.

 

JCM Global has further strengthened its relationship with Novomatic Spain, which has successfully integrated the globally recognised Ticket2Go system across the country with Admiral Gaming.

“We are extremely happy with the successful integration of Ticket2Go at Admiral Spain through our cooperation with Novomatic Spain, who are such a major player in the gaming space. In addition, Novomatic Spain decided to offer and distribute JCM’s Ticket2Go solution as a fantastic opportunity for Spanish operators to update their machines to a globally recognised TITO system,” said JCM Global general manager EMEA Payam Zadeh.

This new level of cooperation between JCM Global and Novomatic Spain, a leading supplier and operator of gaming equipment, is a natural partnership that will help Spanish gaming operators make the most of their existing machines. Ticket2Go is a flexible ticketing solution for both digital and analogue machines. Developed for AWP/Low Payout Machines, it provides operators with a networked Ticket In/Ticket Out solution as well as a networkless payout-only feature.

Designed to be retrofitted; Ticket2Go is compatible with most of the popular gaming machines, creating a simple, single ticket-based solution to replace coin payout technology, eliminating hopper jams and refills to increase play time and reduce operator intervention. Since this TITO solution is made for upgrading existing operations, it can operate over existing ethernet networks, meaning there is no need for a whole new network, keeping costs down for small and medium operators.

“We are excited to be able to offer Spanish operators this simple retrofitted TITO solution, enabling them to move away from outdated coin-operated technology and boost their business. This single solution for analogue and digital machines is sure to help operators become more efficient and deliver a more enjoyable experience to their customers,” said Novomatic Spain CEO Bernhard Teuchmann.

Novomatic Spain manufactures, sells and operates gaming machines across Spain, with 150 arcades, three casinos and around 5,000 AWP slots operated in these venues. This is in addition to working with gaming companies across the country.

It is part of the international Novomatic Group, which is one of the largest global producers and operators of gaming technologies with locations in about 50 countries, exporting to over 75 countries. The group operates around 230,000 gaming terminals and video lottery terminals (VLTs) in its some 2,100 plus gaming operations as well as via rental concepts.


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