TCSJOHNHUXLEY launches Qorex EGT at G2E Las Vegas
TCSJOHNHUXLEY announce the worldwide launch of Qorex at G2E Las Vegas. This innovative new Electronic Gaming Terminal (EGT), is powered by GFL Gaming, the company’s revolutionary platform that gives casinos real-time visibility and total control over their gaming floor.
The debut of Qorex showcased a range of TCSJOHNHUXLEY’s products that provide unlimited electronic gaming solutions through a variety of configurations. All combine the experience of live table gaming while delivering the benefits of electronic gaming, with more customizable game content to drive revenue and increase levels of security.
“The launch of our Qorex terminal is the culmination of an intensive development period for TCSJOHNHUXLEY”, comments Tristan Sjöberg, Executive Chairman. “For the past 12 months we have showcased our touch-screen tablet products, driven by the GFL Gaming module, which has created a lot of interest in all regions. However, we always knew that it was important to offer an EGT to complete the range. We have a long history and a lot of experience with terminal hybrid games and wanted to be able to offer a product designed and developed in-house. What we have achieved with the Qorex Terminal is a stunning looking product that will compliment any gaming floor whilst delivering all the benefits of electronic gaming, plus the unique power of the GFL platform.”
The Qorex terminal has been ergonomically designed for optimum comfort and playing position, incorporating a 27” widescreen display that provides stunning high definition graphics. Powered by the GFL Gaming module, all Qorex products benefit from the same intuitive user interface. This keeps navigation simple, enables ease of play from game to game and most importantly transitions players effortlessly from terminals to tablets.
Currently available for Roulette and Baccarat, with Sicbo coming soon, operators can choose to offer a live dealer system linked to tables or a podium, or alternatively fully automatic game options driven by TCSJOHNHUXLEY’s Saturn Auto wheel, provide consistent play. All terminals can incorporate TITO and are SAS compatible.
For even greater customization, operators are able to control the LED lights on the cabinet to indicate minimum bets or as an attract mode. Operational requirements, such as attendant lights can also be programmed as required.
The first installations of Qorex terminals are due to go ahead in Asia and the UK before the end of the year, with other regions being rolled out early in 2017.