FutureLogic, Inc., a leading manufacturer of thermal ticket printers for cashless gaming, has announced that it has signed an agreement with SugarHouse Casino, stating that FutureLogic’s GEN2 Universal printer will be the exclusive printer used in the new casino’s gaming platforms.
Scheduled to open to the public on September 23, 2010, SugarHouse Casino’s 45,000-square-foot gaming floor will feature 1,600 slot machines and dozens of table games. According to SugarHouse Casino, their selection of GEN2 Universal printers was based on a proven track record of success at Rivers Casino in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, and Riverwalk Casino in Vicksburg, Mississippi.
“I have used FutureLogic printers in other properties and found them to be reliable, efficient and designed with the latest technology,” said George Mancuso, Vice President of Slot Operations for SugarHouse Casino. “FutureLogic’s customer support is outstanding and remains an important factor in our commitment to provide our patrons with the best possible gaming experience.”
Nick Micalizzi, FutureLogic’s VP of Domestic Sales & Marketing, said, “We are pleased that Philadelphia’s first and only casino chose our GEN2 Universal printers for their state-of-the art property. We are also proud that SugarHouse Casino cited their previous experience with our customer service as a reason for their selection. Our goal is to provide casinos with advanced technology backed by outstanding technical service.”
Winner of numerous industry awards, the GEN2 Universal printer is designed to provide the ease of integration required for the next generation of networked games. It 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.
About SugarHouse HSP Gaming, LP
SugarHouse Casino will be Philadelphia's first casino and feature nearly 1,600 slots, 40 table games, fun and unique dining options, riverside views and free on-site parking. Pending final approval from the Pennsylvania Gaming Control Board, SugarHouse Casino will be one of 10 operating casinos in Pennsylvania and will employ approximately 800 people. (E-09.20.10)
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