Sports Printer

PRODUCT: Epic 880 Printer • MANUFACTURER: TransAct Technologies Inc.

As sports betting continues to gain popularity in America, TransAct reports that it’s fully equipped to support this new gaming sector with its Epic 880 printer. The Epic 880 is the industry-leading printer used in established sports betting markets across the world. Known for its reliability and flexibility, the printer is used extensively across gaming sectors where the most dependable, robust product is required.

The Epic 880 is ideal to print sports betting slips, as it provides ultra-reliable, roll-fed printing of different size betting slips and a functionality that prevents player interference with the slips as they print.

Featuring a small, modular design that is configurable to any space, the printer also supports amusement-with-prizes, skill-with-prizes and video lottery terminals. This proven solution continues to please customers and partners as they find new opportunities for sports-betting kiosks in many global markets.

One of the most recent operators incorporating the Epic 880 is the DraftKings Sportsbook center at Resorts Casino Hotel in Atlantic City. Working in conjunction with Novomatic, one of the biggest international producers and operators of gaming technologies, along with Kambi, a leading provider of premium sports betting and technology services, the kiosks and printers made their debut November 20.

For more information, visit transact-tech.com.

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