GEAR Solutions

GALAXY GAMING INC. • Booth 4018

Through accelerated content growth, innovative electronics and partner collaboration, the Galaxy Gaming story continues to evolve. With the upcoming launch of GEAR Solutions, Galaxy offers an expanded portfolio of new game titles, progressives and integrated solutions, all with the flexibility to be custom-tailored for any operator large or small.

A breadth of portfolio that is unmatched, Galaxy continues to develop and acquire cutting-edge technology, advanced utility products and new content. Galaxy offers a complete pit solution to operators, including the addition of a new baccarat product, poker derivatives, pai gow, and blackjack and craps side bets.

By combining an expansive family of progressive models, Galaxy exhibits a multitude of options: high hit and low hit frequency; multi-denomination; multi-level; and three-card, five-card and seven-card link options. Offering advanced integrated solutions with smart devices and real-time player control technology, Galaxy is focused on providing the ultimate player experience while maximizing operational efficiencies and profits for the client.

Through comprehensive consultation, Galaxy develops and assists in the implementation of games, reporting, procedures and analytics that are unique to each gaming floor. Galaxy takes the time to understand the client’s short- and long-term goals, customizing a suite of tailored solutions.

For more information, visit galaxygaming.com.

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