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Genesis Gaming Solutions Inc.

Because Accuracy Matters

Genesis Gaming Solutions Inc.

With the increasing popularity of table games, casinos need the ability to accurately track and compensate live play, as well as the ability to effectively manage and analyze their table gaming operations.

Genesis Gaming has been at the forefront of table game tracking technology, and is recognized worldwide for its Bravo product line—the industry’s leading table game tracking and management system.

The Bravo system serves pit, poker and cage operations, giving operators advanced tracking and management tools that help improve profitability and day-to-day operations in today’s competitive casino environment.

At G2E 2019, Genesis Gaming will highlight all of the new updates available for the Bravo pit, poker and cage product lines, including the latest use of bonus side bet tracking, RFID and facial recognition technology.

A special G2E spotlight also will focus on cashless payments following the launch of Casinopay, and the recent success of card payments made via the Bravo system.

In addition to hardware and software, Genesis Gaming also offers a full line of table game products to the casino industry, including custom-built gaming tables and furniture, high-quality casino chips, precision dice, playing cards, table layouts, displays and table game accessories.

Find out more at G2E Booth 2223.

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