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G2E – DEQ showing new progressives and table games

By - 17 September 2016

DEQ Systems will be exhibiting several new progressive games, such as Double Denom and Table AMP as well as new table games, such as Charlie 21 and Tiger Split at the Global Gaming Expo.

Joe Bertolone, President and Chief Executive Officer, said: “DEQ has reinvented itself over the past year and being able to share all of these new products with the industry during such an important show is an honor. I am proud to lead such a great team full of innovative thinkers where we can develop products that the industry needs and deliver them quickly.”

Progressive products powered by the PRSM Progressive System include Double Denom, Table AMP, Pai Gow Poker Progressive, Hands Up 21 & Blackjack Deuces – Blackjack Progressives, Golden Tie – Baccarat Progressive and 3,4,5 & 6 Card Hand Bonus Progressives
In the Proprietary Table Games segment DEQ will release Charlie 21, a Blackjack variant that uses 2 or 6 standard 52-card decks while offering a side bet. Also new is Tiger Split, a house-banked card game where both the dealer and player get four cards, to form a high hand and a low hand using Baccarat “single-digit” scoring. Wild 5 Poker, a new spin on poker offers a heads-up play against the dealer, with an optional side wager.

Third Eye Hold’em is a poker variant played with one standard 52-card deck, shuffled before every deal.

DEQ will also be showcasing EZ Baccarat , the world’s most popular Baccarat game, known as Dragon 7 in Macau. EZ Baccarat has nearly 800 table game installations in 150 casinos worldwide.

Kelly Dyer, Director of Product Management and Marketing, said: “The PRSM Progressive System has been nominated for Best Casino Product of the Year by Gambling Insider, G2E and its affiliates, which is a huge accomplishment for DEQ. Under the PRSM Progressive System umbrella, DEQ has the ability to offer patent protected betting configurations with various pay table options to fit each of our customer’s needs. Over the last year, we have worked viciously on expanding this side of our business and are very pleased to release them at G2E. Whatever you’re looking for in a table game progressive, I’m pretty sure we’ve got it.”

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