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TCSJOHNHUXLEY to present Qorex Electronic Gaming Solutions for ICE

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ICE 2017 will provide a major showcase for TCSJOHNHUXLEY’s Qorex electronic gaming solutions.   First debuted at G2E in September the innovative Qorex terminals have caught the imagination of operators around the globe, with major installations commencing imminently in the UK and Asia. Tristan Sjöberg, Executive Chairman stated: “The introduction of Qorex has provided our customers with the opportunity to have a...

TCS John Huxley: Changing the game at G2E

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Always at the forefront of live game innovation, TCS John Huxley has announced that QOREX, a new range of products powered by Gaming Floor Live, will make its global debut at this year’s G2E.   TCS John Huxley, a leading global innovator of live gaming solutions, will be unveiling some exciting new innovations at G2E Las Vegas. The focus continues on...

TCSJOHNHUXLEY Appoints Danielle Hassall as Head of Digital Marketing

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TCSJOHNHUXLEY is pleased to announce Danielle Hassall has been appointed Head of Digital Marketing effective from 12th July 2016. Danielle will be based in Stoke and report directly to Tristan Sjöberg, Executive Chairman. In her new role, Danielle will be responsible for strengthening the company brand, enhancing customer communications through all touch points and driving digital marketing across all channels...

TCS John Huxley: Innovation in Asia gathers pace

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In the lead up to this year’s G2E Asia, Tristan Sjöberg, executive chairman of TCS John Huxley, discusses the company’s strategy and the latest solutions destined for the global marketplace in 2016.   International Casino Review: How would you assess the global gaming market in 2016? Can you provide any information relating to casino installations for TCS John Huxley over recent...

Macau stocks higher after April revenue tops estimates

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A number of casino stocks rose at the beginning of May, as Macau’s Gaming Inspection and Coordination Bureau posted better-than-expected revenue declines.   Gross gaming revenues for Macau dropped 9.5 per cent to MOP17.3bn (E1.9bn) in April, marking the 23rd consecutive monthly decline for the world’s largest gambling hub. Yet while the latest figures from Macau’s Gaming Inspection and Coordination Bureau...

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