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Gaming News 1 7 Wednesday, April 3, 2019 customer base and attract new gaming and non-gaming customers across a wide demographic." Brunswick Bowling Products offered support every step of the way, according to Robinson. "Our partners at Brunswick provided valuable assistance in facility design and project planning," said Robinson. "They were highly involved throughout the con- struction process in assisting with project management." "Our team was engaged from the very beginning of the process," said Shawn Butler, Director of Business Development at Brunswick. "We helped the Harrah's Cherokee team evaluate their business in a way they hadn't neces- sary looked at before. We worked with our partners to provide them feasibility studies, market data and conceptual ren- derings, and we arranged a number of site visits to other successful bowling centers to ensure that they had all the resources they would need to make an informed decision." Brunswick (Cont'd. from p. 1) The Harrah's Cherokee team has been impressed with the bowling addi- tion. The anchor attraction and its restau- rant have become a focal point of the casino's offerings, bringing increased traffic both to the expansion and to that particular wing of the casino, while also retaining customers as they're leaving the large, 3,000-seat event center right outside. The 50,000-square-foot upscale bowling entertainment center offers a ground floor equipped with 16 Brunswick lanes, a bar, a restaurant and a redemption arcade area. A second floor with an additional eight Brunswick lanes provides a unique indoor/outdoor bar that includes a covered patio with mountain views. The bottom line? No matter what assistance is needed to get the most out of a new bowling center, investors can count on Brunswick to deliver state-of- the-art products and exceptional serv- ice. For more information, go to www.brunswickbowling.com/casino or stop by booth #2313. Malt and Strawberry Shake and new favorites such as Madagascar Vanilla Bean Shake & Frozen Coffee Bean Frappé are just some of the flavors avail- able, with many more to come. Komoniwana is simple to prepare – just add 4 ounces of water, one single- serve packet, 16 ounces of ice and blend until smooth, utilizing the Blendtec ® Stealth 885 Blender that UFG provides United Food Group (Cont'd. from p. 1) through the program with your initial order. Each packet makes one 16-ounce finished beverage. Flavor offerings are conveniently packed in 25-count cases, including Komoniwana branded cups with dome lids. This eliminates the need for additional SKUs and inventory space. See United Food Group at booth #2448 where the company is offering samples of all of its products. For more information, visit www.komoniwana.com. each other's fleet card customers and avoid network processing rates at truck stops. Midax settles between the tribes at the end of each period by ACH debit. Midax also awards points to truck drivers using this payment method and can push those points into the players database, so they can be redeemed anywhere on the property. To complete the payment suite, Midax now also offers the full range of national network fleet cards, so that your fuel outlets can compete very well with the truck stop chains. Additionally, Midax now offers in its Sigma POS product range a full range of customer-facing sales functions from click and collect and delivery so a cus- tomer can order for pickup or delivery to his room, on his tablet or order on mobile phone with food service ordering on the Midax (Cont'd. from p. 1) Sigma kiosk; enquire on play point status and convert player points to pay by points credit. Sigma also includes food service ordering and self-checkout kiosks as well as restaurant and bar service on tabletop tablets. There is also an option for self-checkout, which also works in the convenience store and truck stop, where a customer can pay for fuel, snacks and other items in one single transaction in the c-store or truck stop without having to stand in line. Midax wishes to thank the tribes who have committed to the Tribal One program in the last year and for their ideas and suggestions, which Midax has embraced in its product development, evidenced here in the 2019 announce- ments. For more information, go to www .midax.com or stop by booth #1813. offering prints on canvas, photographic paper, metal, wood and many other sub- strates. Custom framing is done in-house under the supervision of a master framer with over 30 years of experience, ensur- ing quality and expertise. ECAS has the trucks to deliver most jobs, ensuring safe transportation and no requirement for storage. EC Art Services (Cont'd. from p. 4) Installation is provided by a team of experienced and insured art handlers. Each work is installed with security hooks. ECAS expertise will ensure that the right art is chosen, purchased at a fair price within budget, delivered and installed on schedule. For more information, contact Ruth-Ann Thorn at ecgalleries@gmail.com, go to www.ecartservices.com, call 619.895.3027 or stop by booth #1915. casino seating like The Glory, Maxx Seating offers best-in-class service. Maxx Seating is committed to provid- ing its customers an exceptional experience. Its dedication to service combined with quality products, fast lead times and competitive pricing is what sets Maxx Seating apart in the Maxx Seating (Cont'd. from p. 4) industry. Be the first to experience The Glory and Maxx Seating's line of gaming chairs at NIGA 2019. Its products are on display at Maxx Seating booth #2412. Stop by and take a seat! For more information, stop by booth #2412, call 800.421.2036, email sales@maxx seating.com or visit www.maxxseating.com. this year. Along with the recent introduc- tion of our next generation game plat- form, Fusion™, we are providing our customers with a variety of new math models, game content and significant improvements in performance. Our first Customer Advisory Board met in late 2018 and we appreciate our continued interaction and discussions with this group of gaming leaders. As we come together with our tribal gaming partners at NIGA, we look for- ward to their input and insights as we debut our newest solutions. Following a sneak-peek at G2E, the feedback from operators is that they are impressed with our unique Anyline Progressive™ series, which allows players to hit any of the nine progressive levels, each tied to one of the nine lines in the game, while playing at any bet level. In addition, we'll showcase Dragon Fire Fortune™ and Roaring Tiger Fortune™ from our Great 88™ series at NIGA. Both themes offer 243 ways to win, plus an interac- tive Pick Game which may trigger one of the four progressive jackpots. And our friends in Washington will be pleased to experience our growing library of WA X2 games. Eclipse Gaming (Cont'd. from p. 1) One of our top priorities is to build strong relationships with our customers and to provide outstanding support – not only in the field, but also through collab- oration to ensure the product mix pro- vides optimal value. To that end, we con- tinually evaluate game performance, placement and strategy, and provide rec- ommendations of how to best optimize the slot floor. All of this adds up to stronger relationships with our cus- tomers. I'm excited to be leading a team of experienced professionals and we are growing by attracting top talent with fresh new ideas to Eclipse. We are committed to enhancing and strengthening our cor- porate culture by creating a great place for our team to work. This mindset enables us to not only provide our customers with competitive products and outstanding customer service, but also helps to solidi- fy our position in the market. I am excited about Eclipse's future, the direction we are heading and the value that we can provide to you. I invite you to come visit us at booth #2143 so that we may share our vision. For more information, go to www.eclipsegamingsystems.com or stop by booth #2143. Singsation Karaoke and Party Systems Dominate the Category Singsation Karaoke, a brand by Voxx Accessories Corporation, made a huge splash in the category in 2017 with its 5- in-1 Solo Deluxe microphone, and had national big box sell-through last year with karaoke systems ranging from $30 to $300. For 2019, it has announced even more innovation with five new systems, filling voids from $50 to $130 while keeping the massive pro model at $300. Singsation leads the category in profes- sional voice tuning, the most integrated sound effects and the largest room-filling light shows on board. Identifying the pain points of either buying karaoke music or subscribing to a service, Singsation took a different approach, making the smartphone or tablet the music source through free YouTube karaoke videos. Literally millions of lyri- cal tracks are available, and it keeps Singsation customers from having to buy any CDs or download and transfer videos into the machine. Recently, Voxx announced a strategic part- nership with Speak Music and the Melody app, which allows your voice to simply ask for the track or artist as it procures and plays it auto- matically from YouTube. The Melody app knows your phone is connected to a Singsation system and trig- gers the most popular karaoke version of your request. Now singers of any age can just say what they want to sing next, and it will play – no typing, browsing or delays in the fun. Ian Geise, President of Singsation, explains, ÒThe Melody Karaoke App by Speak Music coupled with Singsation's second to none feature set of design, voice FX, Sound FX and multiple light shows will make Singsation the choice for all that are looking for the best and most feature- rich karaoke machines. We wanted to make it easier for the customer to enjoy and most importantly not force the customer to have to purchase music and videos that they either own or can access for free. Learn more at www.singsation karaoke.com.

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