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Inspired launch Sabre in Asia; Foxwoods appoint new Head of Asian Player Development

TAGs: Asia, Foxwoods Resort and Casino, Inspired Gaming

inspired sabreInspired Gaming Group’s server based gaming (SBG) technology is set to land in Asia. The Sabre SBG terminal gives customers HD content and offers games like Roulette and Baccarat. It’s a solution for those who continually bemoan the fact that since HD was launched, they can no longer see an SD picture. The process has been hurried along by the fact that they gained approval from Gaming Laboratories International (GLI) for the terminal. The machine was designed to comply with regulations and it’s now 90% of the way to gaining full GLI approval.

Lee Gregory, Managing Director for Casino and Bingo at Inspired, commented: “The Asian market is very important to us, especially now that we have a superior product to offer casino operators in the region and are soon to announce GLI approval for Sabre. Our new HD Baccarat content on the Sabre terminal was well received by visitors to our stand and the functionality over other Baccarat products launching at the show was evident. The quality of our Sabre terminal and HD casino content really stands out against the competition and we look forward to announcing trials in the region soon.”

Inspired reported that the full compliance with GLI 11, 13, 21, 24 and 25 is likely to be in place by the end of July.

Foxwoods Resort Casino has named appointed Anne Chen as their newest member of staff. She joins as Vice President, Player Development Asian Marketing for the casino. “We are very fortunate to have Anne as part of our marketing team,” said Foxwoods’ President and CEO Scott Butera. “Anne has great leadership skills and possesses a solid understanding of the Asian gaming community. I am very confident Anne will lead us in developing a world-class Asian gaming business.”

Chen joins after an established career at Caesars Entertainment where she worked across a number of Harrah’s locations including Reno and Lake Tahoe.

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