Las Vegas, NV, September 21, 2017 --(PR.com
)-- Gaming Technology Group (GTG), leader in complete, Affordable systems for Small to Mid-Sized Casinos and Slot Routes, has expanded its product line by introducing CountLinx, affordable multi-pocket currency and ticket sorters. This new soft count solution gives casinos of different sizes an economical way to efficiently scan, count and sort cash and casino tickets.
Product and Pricing
“This is a natural extension of our product line,” said Jon Whipple, CEO of GTG. “Our core business is to provide affordable, robust gaming systems to smaller operators. CountLinx (http://gamingtechnologygroup.com/products/countlinx) now extends this to the count room by providing an economical, secure, cash and ticket processing solution.”
This small giant is fast and flexible, and when combined with GTG’s UltraLinx slot and loyalty system (http://gamingtechnologygroup.com/products/ultralinx), provides even more efficiencies. CountLinx is available with either 3 or 5 pockets, and its ergonomic design is easy to use and flexible. While its footprint is small, it is amazingly fast, processing 1,200 notes per minute.
Powerful Packaged Solution
“Our customers have a very powerful, affordable, packaged system available to them,” said Whipple. “GTG’s UltraLinx system provides features including slot accounting, downloadable credits, ticketing, robust reporting, and player tracking. PromoLinx, our full-service promotional kiosk, drives revenue by aligning marketing reinvestment costs to the exact players that warrant it. CashLinx, our self-service cash and ticket redemption kiosk, provides a very strong cash management solution. And now CountLinx offers an efficient soft count currency and ticket processor.”
About Gaming Technology Group
GTG is an industry leader in affordable slot, cash management and player loyalty systems for small to mid-sized gaming operations. GTG was formed in May, 2010 as a spin off from its predecessor Western Money Systems. With its flagship GameLinx and PlayerLinx systems, and its recent NGCB approval of its UltraLinx system, GTG currently has installations in nearly 200 gaming locations within Nevada. GTG has offices in both Reno and Las Vegas, Nevada, with headquarters in Las Vegas.
For more information see: www.gamingtechnologygroup.com
Contacts: Scott Cox, GTG Systems Consultant; 702-553-5801