zbrownson
zbrownson
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December 5th, 2021 at 1:38:15 PM permalink
I have a question on progressives and the technology that backs them. If I were to offer a game to a casino with a progressive bet (using the standard single coin/chip sensor), would that be something casinos are able to setup on their own? Are there any restrictions on how casinos can use these systems? For instance if the technology was purchased from SG can it be used on a game from another distributor? Just wondering if there are additional licensing aspects that I would need to consider or whether or not the casino would be good to go given the game rules (assuming they already purchased a progressive system).
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zbrownson
December 5th, 2021 at 2:03:45 PM permalink
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I have a question on progressives and the technology that backs them. If I were to offer a game to a casino with a progressive bet (using the standard single coin/chip sensor), would that be something casinos are able to setup on their own? Are there any restrictions on how casinos can use these systems? For instance if the technology was purchased from SG can it be used on a game from another distributor? Just wondering if there are additional licensing aspects that I would need to consider or whether or not the casino would be good to go given the game rules (assuming they already purchased a progressive system).
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If you licensed the equipment from the manufacturer I don't see a problem. The casinos would not be allowed to take it from one game and put it on yours. They have restrictions.
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