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Network-Driven Floors

PRODUCT: sb Floor ManagerMANUFACTURER: International Game Technology

Network-Driven Floors

GT’s sb Floor Manager provides casinos a program for control of all server-based slot operations. The product, which in January won first place in the sixth annual Global Gaming Business Gaming & Technology Awards for Best Productivity-Enhancement Technology, has been field-testing for two years and is now ready to be deployed at casinos nationwide.

The sb Floor Manager allows game content, graphics and denominations to be changed from a desktop computer-allowing operators to manage the casino’s entire slot mix from the desktop. Floor managers can use the system to oversee all floor activities, including downloads, configuration changes, event scheduling and monitoring, reporting and ultimately remote game ordering. They will be able to use predictive analytics to immediately act upon data in deciding game mixes.

The Floor Manager will almost eliminate machine downtime during game conversions and configurations, reducing the time to market for new titles with the ability to download games. It quickly increases the number of hot performing themes and allows the manager to efficiently replace less popular themes.

It is the first such product to use the Gaming Standards Association’s open Game-to-System (G2S) network.

For more information about the sb Floor Manager, visit IGT’s website at or call IGT Systems Sales at 702-914-5573.

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