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G2e Las Vegas – Spielo systems showing Intelligen Central System

By - 26 September 2012

At this year’s Global Gaming Expo (G2e), Spielo International is showing systems and products that will enhance the sustainability and performance of distributed VLT, route and venue markets, and take player entertainment to new heights.

Featured distributed-market products include the unique, patented Proactive Diagnostics value-added application of the Intelligen Central System, which offers operators significant cost savings and improved efficiency through increased uptime of gaming devices and retailer terminals. Using sophisticated data mining software, Proactive Diagnostics predicts gaming machine and site controller faults before they occur, and its intuitive user interface means operators always have a clear and comprehensive picture of the health of their gaming operation.

Visitors will also see innovative solutions and game content based on Spielo International’s Player User Interface (PUI) technology. The PUI takes full advantage of existing screen real estate and uses a web browser to deploy content on a large variety of hardware and operating system combinations. The PUI uses the Game to System (G2S) open standard protocol for integration with any manufacturer’s G2S-compliant VLT.

The PUI can give players access to various game content, such as Rubber Ducky Riverboat Run, which brings multi-player social gaming to video lottery players. Participants pick their favorite ducks to win, and watch the ducks float down the river while playing their favourite VLT title. Meanwhile, Fruit Bashin is an updated look at a classic one-line game, presented as an add-on incremental wager opportunity.

Spielo International will also be presenting an updated version of its Responsible Gaming (RG) System with modified user screens delivered via the PUI window. This solution provides operators and players with a set of flexible tools to enable players’ informed choice about their gaming activity and voluntary management of their own behaviour.

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