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US – FutureLogic’s Gen2 fits the bill at Margaritaville

By - 30 May 2013

FutureLogic’s Gen2 Universal printer has been chosen as the exclusive printer for all gaming platforms in Jimmy Buffett’s Margaritaville Resort Casino scheduled to open this summer in Bossier City, in Louisiana.

Margaritaville Resort Casino is destined to become the premier casino resort in the Shreveport-Bossier City market. Situated on 19 acres next to the Louisiana Boardwalk Shopping Center, Jimmy Buffett’s Margaritaville Resort Casino is set to open its 30,000 square foot casino with 1,237 slot machines and 54 table games.

Keith Dollar, Director of Slot Operations at Margaritaville Resort Casino, said: “When selecting peripherals for our slot floor, reducing downtime is our primary focus. We selected the GEN2 Universal printer because of its excellent design, its track record, and FutureLogic’s outstanding technical support and commitment to the gaming industry.”

Nick Micalizzi, FutureLogic’s VP Sales & Marketing, North America, said: “We are extremely pleased with Margaritaville Resort Casino’s selection of the GEN2 Universal and the fact they recognise FutureLogic’s commitment to delivering the best-in-class TITO printers. Looking ahead, as Margaritaville Resort Casino looks to expand their marketing plans, the GEN2 Universal presents a seamless solution with our PromoNet promotional couponing solution.”

Ready for promotional couponing, the printer can provide operators with separate and secure processing environments for both TITO and promotional couponing. Moreover, equipped with a 50 per cent larger standard ticket capacity, the GEN2 Universal printer can save operators up to 20 refills or $200 per printer annually. Further reducing costs, the unit eliminates paper waste by consuming the ticket stack down to the last ticket. The GEN2 Universal printer is server-based ready, supports both SPC (IGT) and GDS protocols and can be configured to communicate with multiple hosts simultaneously, such as RS-232 or Netplex, and USB protocols.

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