Rhineland enters development “Phase One” for gambling industry

Rhineland enters development “Phase One” for gambling industry

Tuesday, January 16, 2018 Posted by Luke Massey
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The cabinet has been designed to fit any gaming environment

As a part of a sustained product development push aimed at the gambling industry, Rhineland (RHL) has launched its first new product of 2018.

A successful subsidiary of Sunstrong International Limited (SIL), Rhineland has marked its build up to ICE Totally Gaming (6-8 February) by releasing “Phase One”, a slot-machine cabinet where you can install any slot game with corresponding feature games on the top screen.

Measuring W24", D25", H95", the cabinet is mounted with a 19" screen for the slot game and 32" top screen for feature games, providing an overview of both slot and feature games for the player.

The slot machine, which offers the possibility of all forms of payment including coins, notes, credit cards and contactless payment, also comes with a hopper option for cash pay-out or the player receives a printed receipt which can be redeemed in the arcade or casino.

Kim Bekker, the company’s EU Sales Manager, told TotallyGaming.com: “The cabinet, which is made of stainless steel and designed to fit into any gaming environment, is extremely slim and very stylish.

“Phase One characterizes what customers and distributors can expect from RHL. We are constantly working on developing new products or advancing the development of existing products. 

“Through access to top professional machinery and state-of-the-art metal processing technology, our team of specialised staff are capable of meeting any demands from prospective clients.”

Totally Gaming says: Rhineland has become renowned for the cost-effective production of kiosk terminals and gambling solutions, all of which are manufactured and assembled at its own factory. Having already serviced or subcontracted products for the likes of Ericsson, Cisco, Hitachi, NCR, Turkish Bank, China Mobile, Bank of China and Tesco, the company is looking forward to making its mark at the world’s biggest gaming exhibition next month.

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