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Product: Hybrid Gaming Device • Manufacturer: Gaming Support

Marketing support solution supplier Gaming Support has launched a product that combines stand-alone slots, multi-player slots, online games, server-based casino slot machines and other functions into a single terminal.

The Hybrid Gaming Device is designed to allow land-based operators to capitalize on the growth of multi-channel gaming habits and online gaming.

“Gaming Support spent the past year developing a new critical part of our business which we disclosed at the ICE show in London,” said

Lucien van Linden, owner of Gaming Support. “This latest addition in our product range is completing our product offering.”

The Hybrid Gaming Device elegantly merges stand-alone, multi-player and server-based slot games, terminal-based gaming devices and online gaming. “Getting online players to your casino, and/or having casino players continue to play your online games at home is a unique and hopefully very interesting combination,” said van Linden. 

The device is designed to be compatible with systems for player tracking, ticketing and mystery jackpots. It is comprised completely of off-the-shelf standard equipment.

For more information, visit gamingsupport.com.

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