Panter GamingÆs new single-player electronic roulette game allows players to be both bettor and croupier. The game features a patented ball launch system. The ball is launched much the same as in a pinball machine, but gives the player a sense of influence on game outcome.
One of the few single-player electronic roulettes on the market, PanterÆs machine looks like it was developed from scratch, in contrast to downgraded versions of multi-player machines.
It is very compact, with a sleek, modern design, and is built with industrial-grade components. This, paired with modular construction, makes it a good fit for locations where space is at a premium, such as restaurants, nightclubs, bars, cruise ships or even casino hotel rooms.
Operators can choose from a variety of materials (plastic, metal or wood), colors and textures, all of which can be customized. The software also supports one-touch interface and color adjustment.
The game is displayed on a 19-inch touch-screen LCD. Games typically last about 30 seconds. The game features an easy-to-understand betting interface, but still provides an advanced level of information for seasoned players. The administrative side allows many one-touch customizations and a high level of fine-tuning, logging and data mining.
A built-in UPS unit enhances system security and reliability. Four groups of safety switches indicate any attempt of physical system breach, while RFID tags give administrators quick access to key functions. Powerful visual reporting provides a tool to monitor the full range of critical parameters. The machine has been designed with quick serviceability in mind.
The manufacturerÆs bragging rights include fine craftsmanship, mature and powerful software and strong features designed to attract the playerùlike the player-croupier concept. The manufacturer says this has the potential to create a very short return on investment on a very limited floor space.
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