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ActionBook

Novomatic Americas

ActionBook

The Novomatic ActionBook sports betting kiosks offer the variety of wagering options that customers have come to expect. It has both pre- and in-game options, including parlays and proposition bets. With simple navigation in the betting menu, as well as live odds and live feeds from the games, the kiosks satisfy all customers’ sports wagering needs.

Novomatic Americas has met the demand of the rapidly expanding casino customer base—and according to the company, ActionBook is rapidly becoming the kiosk of choice for bettors. Paired with world-class, premium software, the entirely automated self-service betting kiosks offer the full suite of wagering options.

ActionBook kiosks provide an intuitive user experience with simple navigation. “Convenience, speed and choice make this one popular kiosk,” says a Novomatic official. “This automated betting kiosk processes more bets per hour with a myriad of betting options. Importantly, they are inviting and friendly to the new sports bettor and familiar to the experienced player.”

ActionBook is a turnkey, proven, ergonomic hardware solution with outstanding graphic capabilities, and when partnered with the world’s best sports betting software, it is an unbeatable combination. The kiosk is quick and easy to install and supports operators with intuitive maintenance routines, and reliable hardware technology. Its security-conscious design provides a reliable barrier against theft. Operators have complimented the kiosk’s touch-screen interface, and short learning curve for players and their install teams. When incorporating premium software of choice, on the ActionBook, it makes the integration seamless.

The Novomatic ActionBook provides a premium entertainment experience using a bettor-friendly design. It relies on years of expertise gathered in the Novomatic Group’s proprietary sports betting operations across Europe. Novomatic had approximately 713 kiosks in or scheduled to be installed across North America through July and August, and those numbers continue to rise.

For more information, visit novomaticamericas.com.

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