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Seminole Gaming Selects FutureLogic

Printer supplier FutureLogic announced that Florida’s Seminole Gaming has chosen the company as a preferred technology partner. According to Seminole Gaming, their selection was based on the superior performance of FutureLogic’s GEN2 Universal thermal printer in an extensive product-comparison analysis.

Seminole Gaming operates seven casinos on behalf of the Seminole Tribe of Florida, with more than 8,000 games installed across its properties. Seminole Gaming has directed its slot machine vendors to make FutureLogic the preferred printer for all new purchases by the Seminole casinos.

The GEN2 Universal printer is currently being used for ticket-in/ticket-out applications on all of the casinos’ Class III slot machines and will remain the standard printer as Seminole Gaming adds more Class III games under its new compact with the state.

“In addition to demonstrating their reliability over time, FutureLogic printers offer designed-in software and hardware that give us the flexibility we need now and for future gaming platforms,” said Paul Tjoumakaris, senior vice president of gaming operations for Seminole casinos. “We are also pleased with the service FutureLogic has provided throughout our casinos.”

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