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FutureLogic to exhibit at FADJA 2012; GSA elects Board leadership; Bally Tech implemented by South Point Casino

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Futurelogic Bally Technologies GSAFutureLogic has announced it will be exhibiting at the FADJA 2012 for the first time in Colombia’s capital city of Bogota.

At the event, held on April 11 and 12, FutureLogic will exhibit the company’s range of gaming printers and ticketing solutions, including FutureLogic’s flagship ticket printer, the GEN2 Universal thermal printer, as well as the CouponXpress unit.

Emilio Machado, FutureLogic’s Business Development Manager for Latin America, said: “Colombia is a very important market for FutureLogic. FADJA 2012 provides us with an opportunity to demonstrate our support for Colombian customers at a time when the country is eagerly looking into new payment solutions for gaming products.”

FutureLogic will also exhibit the PromoNet – the only casino marketing solution that rewards both anonymous and carded players for their actual play behaviour.

 

The standards-setting organisation for the gaming industry, The Gaming Standards Association (GSA), has elected a new Board leadership with members that represent a wide range of the gaming industry.

The GSA new Board of Directors members are: Don Doucet, SPIELO; Syed Hussain, Oregon State Lottery; Julius Patta, Aristocrat Technologies; Melissa Price, Caesars Entertainment; Klaus Peltsch, Ontario Lottery & Gaming Corporation; Jeannie-Marie Wilkins, Isle of Capri Casinos; and Jeff Wyton, Alberta Gaming & Liquor Commission.

Adrian Marcu, Vice President of Global Technical Architecture at IGT, will serve as GSA’s Chairman. Elected as Vice Chair was Walt Eisele, Vice President Technology at Bally Technologies. Now serving as Treasurer is Mark Pace, VP Network Gaming Engineering & Operations for WMS Gaming. Rick Gilhuly, Chief Information Officer for Manitoba Lotteries Corp., will serve as GSA’s Secretary.

GSA President Peter DeRaedt, said: “We are delighted with our new leadership team. We are also very excited that our Board of Directors represents such a broad spectrum of the gaming industry, because GSA standards are beneficial to the entire industry,” said

 

After celebrating 80 years of business earlier this year, slots, video machines and casino management providers, Bally Technologies, today announced that the South Point Hotel Casino Spa is implementing Bally’s iVIEW DM and Elite Bonusing Suite solutions to “engage and excite patrons” at its Las Vegas Strip property.

In a press release the company said The South Point will be the first Las Vegas property to use iVIEW DM and the Elite Bonusing Suite applications to enable interactive, floor-wide player-bonusing applications such as instant slot tournaments, Virtual Racing events, and U-Spin real-time bonusing on most gaming devices with a touch-screen display.

South Point President and Chief Executive Officer Michael Gaughan, said: “We have been long-time partners with Bally Technologies and are excited to take our partnership to the next level. It’s essential for us to find new and exciting ways to provide entertainment for our players, and events like Virtual Racing will provide a lot of fun for our loyal guests.”

iVIEW(TM) displays and iVIEW DM will be deployed across the floor at the South Point. Installation is scheduled for May 2012.

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