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Canada – TCS John Huxley supplied Shorelines Casino Belleville

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TCS John Huxley was chosen to supply the new Shorelines Casino Belleville with gaming tables and a series of other live gaming equipment.

Shorelines Casino Belleville opened on January 11, 2017 and marked the milestone of being the first casino to open in the province of Ontario, Canada in over a decade.

The 48,000 square foot multi-purpose entertainment venue boasts 18 gaming tables, 450 slot machines, a 225-seat capacity entertainment space and exceptional dining venues.

Amongst the gaming tables supplied were 12 Blackjack tables, four Baccarat tables and two Roulette tables each with custom designed layouts. TCS John Huxley also supplied a range of e-FX Winning Number Displays for Roulette, as well as the company’s world famous Saturn Roulette Wheels.

Greg Stewart, Business Development Manager for TCS John Huxley said: “Great Canadian Gaming Corporation has been a much valued customer of TCS John Huxley for many years and we were absolutely delighted to be awarded the opportunity to supply their tables, layouts, and associated equipment for their new Shorelines Casino Belleville property in Ontario. The positive collaboration between our teams throughout this project has been a great experience, enabling the smooth running of the whole process and a wonderful end product. The entire team at TCS John Huxley wishes much success to the new Shorelines Casino Belleville.”

David Desmarais, Director of Operational Readiness for Great Canadian Gaming Corporation, added: “TCS John Huxley was able to offer solutions for all of our table gaming needs. Their team was attentive throughout and offered products and options to meet our requirements on time and on budget. From start to finish, the entire TCS John Huxley team was excellent to work with.”

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