TransAct’s printer selected by City of Dreams
June 2, 2009
Technologies announced that its Epic 950 printer was selected exclusively by
the City of Dreams entertainment resort on the Cotai Strip of Macau for all of
the approximately 1,350 slot machines featured on the casino floor which opened
on June 1.
“We are very pleased with this exclusive win, which provides further confirmation that the Epic 950 printer is fast becoming the most sought after Ticket-In, Ticket-Out (TITO) printer on a global scale,” said Bart C. Shuldman, Chairman, President and Chief Executive Officer of TransAct Technologies. “Operators continue to seek the best technological features with maximum flexibility for their slot floors, and the Epic 950 fits that description perfectly – a highly reliable and robust printer which offers numerous advanced features including quick disconnect, reliable ticket burst and present, paper low ticket sensing, the ability to print in two colors and in Chinese characters, and an easy upgrade path to server-based gaming with our patented ServerPort technology. We are excited to have the Epic 950 chosen by Melco Crown Entertainment for City of Dreams and look forward to working with them to capitalize on all the features the Epic 950 offers.”
“City of Dreams is pleased to announce the selection of TransAct Technologies as exclusive provider of TITO printers property-wide,” said Matt Hurst, Vice President, Gaming Machines for City of Dreams. “TransAct has proven themselves in the Macau marketplace over the last couple of years in terms of product performance, and their excellent service and support as a leading supplier of printers in the region, and we are happy to be working with them moving forward on our exciting project.”
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