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Player Rewards

Product: ServerPort, Manufacturer: TransAct Technologies

Player Rewards

Product: ServerPort
Manufacturer: TransAct Technologies

TransAct Technologies has launched an upgrade for the popular Epic 950 thermal printer with the ServerPort product. This modular product provides a seamless upgrade opportunity. Gaming operators can easily upgrade the existing games on the casino floor by adding the ServerPort device to current Epic 950s. The addition of ServerPort will expand an operator’s current printing capability to drive the printing of promotional offers and coupons at the slot machine.

Typically, players line up at the player’s club desk to receive their promotions. Epic 950 and ServerPort let operators drive those players to the slot machines instead for their rewards.

In the past, marketing communication with a casino’s best players was limited to mailers and card base systems. Players would accrue points or be offered other incentives that would need to be looked up at the players club desk to know what they had earned and when they could use it. This system enables players to receive a coupon from the gaming machine that could be redeemed during that visit to extend the player’s stay or at an operator-defined date to bring the player back, depending on the promotion being offered.

ServerPort upgrades existing Epic 950 printers to allow operators to monitor printer events, configure the printer for special functions and print promotional offers at the gaming machine.

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