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TCS John Huxley Licensed in Delaware

Table game supplier TCS John Huxley announced that the state of Delaware has granted the company a gaming vendor license. The company will supply tables for the state’s newly legalized table games, expected to be up and running before fall.

According to the company, the approval has already lead to “substantial orders” to supply table games and accessories for blackjack, craps, roulette, baccarat, Texas hold ’em poker and various specialty poker games. Additionally, the company has received a number of orders for its Saturn roulette wheels, “Chipper Champ 2” chip-sorting machines and “e-FX Insignia” number displays for roulette.

“The Delaware Lottery has responded swiftly in issuing our license, guaranteeing no time is wasted with table games being installed on the casino gaming floor,” said Roger Hawkins, TCS John Huxley’s CEO for the Americas. “We are very excited to have the opportunity to work with the Delaware casinos, and our extensive knowledge and experience as well as excellent infrastructure ensure we are well-placed to deliver products and services that are key.”

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