Suzohapp to deliver ‘player satisfaction’ at Indian Gaming Show

Betting Business - SuzoHapp Indian Gaming Show nrf
Share this article

Ron Partridge of SUZOHAPP has extended an open invitation to visitors to learn how to increase player satisfaction at the 32nd Indian Gaming Show

 

SUZOHAPP will be exhibiting at the 32nd edition of the Indian Gaming Tradeshow & Convention (10th to the 13th of April in San Diego, California) with a mission to  ‘show operators how they can increase player satisfaction.’

According to the company, one of the biggest highlights will be the Interactive Player Table (IPT) – a dynamic 42” LCD table with up to four screen interface configurations. Casinos can place their own advertising on it or use it as an additional advertising income stream when providing third party information. SUZOHAPP will be demonstrating how the IPT can be used to display gambling games from Respin. It provides a mobile gambling app that can be displayed on the IPT, allowing Native American casinos to generate a new form of revenue.

Also being shown is the Opt-Win solution from Optec, a new type of casino signage made from LED arrays that can be seen up to 300 feet away.

As global partner for TransAct, SUZOHAPP will be exhibiting a wide array of printer solutions, including the latest Edge printer and the successful Epicentral system. Visitors will have the opportunity to learn more about the variety of SUZOHAPP components, solutions and spare parts, including the Picture Key Technology (PKT) button panel. This single-panel system can feature a variety of button configurations that displays any content from underneath the surface on the glass push buttons.

Ron Partridge, President – Americas at SUZOHAPP said: “We have many exciting offerings to present this year, so we invite all visitors to join us at booth 819. It is a pleasure to be so closely linked with Native American gaming. Our new solutions are ideal for Indian casinos and we are well prepared to ensure that our customers will make the most of these.”


Share this article