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Estonia – Olympic names Crane as preferred note acceptor

By - 8 February 2016

The Olympic Entertainment Group has extended its preferred supplier agreement with Crane Payment Innovations (CPI).

Under the agreement, Olympic will continue to specify SC Advance as its default note acceptor on both new and existing games for another three years.

“Our customers associate the Olympic name with quality and excellence, so it is only natural that we should continue to specify the SC Advance” said Piret Barlo, purchasing manager for the Olympic Entertainment Group. “The product aligns perfectly with our value proposition and has proven its worth throughout the years by helping us to grow our business.”

Olympic first began specifying SC note acceptors in 2008 after they out-performed competitive products in a value-added trial.

“Since then, we have seen players return time and again to the games we equip with SC Advance,” said Barlo. “That’s because its acceptance and security – critical building blocks for a great gaming experience – are second to none. We are therefore pleased to renew our agreement with CPI for three more years.”

SC Advance belongs to the SC portfolio of note acceptors, of which more than 1.5 million units have been installed worldwide. Its enduring success underlines the importance operators place on the performance attributes that make a direct impact on player satisfaction and, ultimately, profitability – acceptance rates, jam rates, security and cost of ownership.

“It is essential that note acceptors, as the point of entry to games, work each and every time someone sits down to play,” said Anette Jauch, CPI sales director of Gaming – EMEA. “This is exactly what SC Advance does so well, and we are delighted that its performance has contributed to the great reputation Olympic has with its customers. We wish to thank our friends at Olympic for their continued loyalty, and we look forward to supporting their goals well into the future.”

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