The industry leading technology and print solutions provider TransAct will be showcasing its entire range of solutions and debuting a new casino ticket printer at the MGS 2016.
[dropcap]T[/dropcap]ransAct Technologies has confirmed it will be exhibiting its full lineup of solutions and debuting new products at the MGS Entertainment Show 2016 in November (15-17).
The global leader in bonusing and print solutions will be showcasing a full lineup of solutions in partnership with its global distributor Suzo-Happ from Booth #AN32 at the Venetian Macau this month.
TransAct also announced it will be debuting its next-generation Epic Edge® casino ticket printer, the first TiTo printer to offer 300dpi print resolution.
Among the other products which will be demonstrated by TransAct are the industry-leading Epic 950® casino ticket printer, the Epicentral® promotion and bonusing print system, its Epic® line of table top enclosures and the Epic 430® and Epic 880® printer.
Bart C. Shuldman, Chairman and Chief Executive Officer of TransAct Technologies, said: “We are delighted to return to the Macao Gaming Show with a full lineup of our industry-leading solutions for the global casino and gaming industry. In particular, ‘Epicentral has Growing Casino Revenue Down to a System’ as casino operators and slot management system providers continue to more fully leverage the value of a traditional printed coupon to drive increased floor-wide play and casino revenue.
“Our lineup at the 2016 Macao Gaming Show will include, for the first time, two key new introductions which we believe demonstrate TransAct’s commitment to innovation and growth in the promotion and bonusing marketplace. Epicentral version 3.8 introduces new capabilities and features that provide our customers with enhanced value and flexibility, translating to increased system performance over time. In addition, Epicentral SE provides our customers with the means to take the existing electronic bonuses and promotions made possible by their slot management system and turn those offers into customized, printed coupons while the player is at the slot machine.”