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Australia – Tatts to implement Comtrade’s G2S Technology

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Comtrade Gaming has announced that its G2S (Game to System) Host-side Protocol Stacks will be integrated into Tatts Group products starting in 2017.

With years of successful operation under many state governments and regulatory environments, Comtrade Gaming’s software solution will serve as a technical addition to Tatts Group’s monitoring platform in Australia.

“Monitoring gaming machines in highly regulated jurisdictions is extremely complex,” explains Frank Makryllos, Chief Operating Officer of Gaming Solutions at Tatts Group. “Venues in NSW can be confident in the implementation of new functionality and features through the joint implementation of Comtrade’s gaming technology solution.”

Comtrade Gaming’s sCore Connect product segment is an efficient way to upgrade existing central monitoring and game management systems. In addition to integrating gaming machines communicating over GSA’s G2S protocol, consolidated data collection enables ticketing, cashless jackpots, bonusing elements and extended remote configuration, software downloads and media display components. With increased efficiency and centralised management, a personalised user interface works alongside a unified data system.

“The protocol engine simplifies the integration of gaming machines with venue servers to assist operators and vendors optimise business intelligence, operational processes and player engagement,” notes Igor Rus, Director of Systems. “We are pleased to be associated with Tatts Group and their powerful benchmarketing standards.”

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