TCS John Huxley exhibits new products and innovations at G2E Las Vegas


Manufacturer and supplier of gaming solutions TCS John Huxley announced its participation at G2E Las Vegas, which is running from October 9 until October 12, at The Venetian. At booth 3259, the company will exhibit new products and innovations, in addition to its portfolio of core products 

Products debuting at G2E include the latest update to the Saturn Roulette Wheel range with the Wheelmate. This latest development includes a compact plug-in console that enables casinos to easily monitor and maintain their Wheels, “keeping them in peak performance.” “The Wheelmate is the perfect toolkit to assist engineers or maintenance teams,” according to the company.

Also on show will be the latest Dynamic Display System (DDS) for Winning Number Displays, which comes with a varied range of themed skins and animations along with the option for graphics to be configured in numerous combinations. This allows winning numbers, stats, advertising content and video to be displayed how the operator requires.

The manufacturer will also be launching DDS for Blaze to provide a complete themed package. This allows operators to easily configure patented Blaze LED Surface Technology directly at the Gaming Table by using the Winning Number Display.

Another key product range on display will be the business’ diverse Money Wheel portfolio for the land-based and online sectors. Visitors to the show will be able to see the range of precision-engineered Money Wheels in addition to the new Lumin8 LED Game Wheel, “all of which are sure to provide a lasting visual impact on the gaming floor,” according to a press release.

TCS John Huxley will also be showcasing a range of Gaming Table Layouts featuring synthetic materials that allow for high-impact customization, to create a “photographic-quality” table. “Visitors will be able to see and touch a collection of Layouts that illustrate vibrant colors and designs that are sure to attract players to any gaming table,” the business concluded.