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JCM Global, Cordish Companies Execute Supplier Agreement

JCM Global, Cordish Companies Execute Supplier Agreement

JJCM Global has entered into a master supplier agreement with the Cordish Companies, expanding a long-term partnership between the two companies. The agreement establishes JCM as the exclusive provider for bill validators, thermal printers and peripheral management systems for all their gaming casino properties—Live! Casino & Hotel Maryland, Live! Hotel & Casino Philadelphia and Live! Casino Pittsburgh.

JCM will upgrade the thermal printers at Live! Casino & Hotel Maryland to the standard-setting GEN5 Thermal Printer. The property is already equipped with JCM’s award-winning iVIZION bill validator and Intelligent Cash Box System (ICB) system.

The Cordish Companies recently opened the Live! Casino Pittsburgh with 750 electronic gaming machines and the new Live! Hotel & Casino Philadelphia will open in early 2021 with 2,255 EGMs. Both properties will feature the award-winning iVIZION bill validator, the GEN5 thermal printer, and the ICB system.

With the solid foundation of iVIZION and GEN5, the Cordish Companies also will utilize JCM’s FUZION, the only system that enables complete peripheral management over EGM bill validators, thermal printers and other connected peripherals.

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