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TCS, JohnHuxley, DigiDeal Announce Distribution Deal

Table game supplier TCSJohnHuxley and DigiDeal Corporation announced a distribution agreement that will enable TCSJohnHuxley to offer the full range of DigiDeal electronic table games and other product in specific regions around the world.

DigiDeal’s multi-player hybrid table games feature digital game play and electronic wagering with a live dealer and traditional chips. The company’s Digital Table System can also use virtual chips and ticket-in/ticket-out wagering and payments.

“We are delighted to be able to offer the DigiDeal brand of products, which complement our multi-player game portfolio entirely,” said Roger Hawkins, CEO for the Americas of London-based TCSJohnHuxley. “By combining our market knowledge and resources with DigiDeal’s digital table game technology, we now have a product offering that covers all the requirements of casino operators in this ever-expanding market.”

“We are excited about working with TCSJohnHuxley to spread our sales efforts worldwide,” added Mike Juhn, president and CEO of DigiDeal. “Leveraging TCSJohnHuxley’s market savvy with DigiDeal’s benchmark technology offerings will enable gaming venues to easily expand, innovate and meet market demands.”

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