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Novomatic Launches Novovision Tournament Module

Novomatic Launches Novovision Tournament Module

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Austrian gaming supply and operations giant Novomatic AG has introduced the Novovision Tournament, a new addition to its comprehensive casino management solution, designed to simplify the organization and management of poker and other live table tournaments.

The new Novovision Tournament module enables the operator to plan, organize and manage its own tournaments and even leagues, with full administrative control of all parameters and events at the tables. It is the latest addition to the suite of applications comprising Novomatic’s Novovision casino management solution.

Functionalities include detailed settings for the game types, chips, rounds, buy-ins and a dynamic prize calculation as well as table and player management, reducing administrative effort and making the organization of live table tournaments easier. The application also enables operators to manage the tournament display content and messaging and sound notifications for an unlimited number of screens across their venue.

Operators can monitor and control all tournament details in real time via this app. Timers indicate the current duration or time left to start specific events while other actions during the ongoing tournament—for example, reseating, removing or adding players, or manually shortening the tournament by skipping individual rounds. These actions require only a few clicks in the system. All tournament events are tracked in real time and instantly displayed in the “history” tab.

Novovision Tournament supports a variety of card games, including poker variants, blackjack and baccarat/punto banco, and is fully integrated with the Novovision Cashdesk for tournament registration as well as the players’ buy-ins and prize wins directly via their Novovision wallet.

“Poker tournaments are hugely popular casino events, but anyone who has ever run one knows how much effort and attention to detail goes into organizing it smoothly,” said Jens Einhaus, sales director of Novomatic Biometric Systems.

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