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Reducing staff costs

Aruze’s Electronic Table Games will be the centerpiece of the booth with Lucky Roulette, Super Big Wheel, Omni Table, RFID technology, a unique Live ETG product, and Roll to Win Craps.

Roll to Win Craps is a hybrid dealer-assisted ETG that combines the excitement and attributes of live table play with the operational efficiencies of modern technologies.

Where tradition and technology merge - a dealer calls and directs the gameplay, while up to 10 players can place their bets electronically, shoot the dice across a standard sized craps table made of LED panels, and enjoy the spectacular animations designed to inform and entertain.

A true benefit to casino operators will be the staffing that is involved in operating the craps table.  By removing all physical chips, only one employee is required to run the table game. This reduces the staffing needs from three to one, depending on property and regulatory policies. On the interior side of the craps table wall, a section is dedicated to streaming advertisements that can be used for casino property promotions or focused on external advertising partnerships.

A year has passed since the first public viewing of Roll to Win Craps, but it is evident that Roll to Win Craps has evolved into a “must play” experience.

On the slot side, the unrivaled design of the Muso Triple-27 cabinet will be scattered throughout Aruze’s booth. Aruze designed Muso Triple-27 with an LED backlighting that gives a 360-degree presence on the casino floor.

At G2E, some 25 titles will be displayed on the Muso Triple-27.

Visit Aruze at booth #2659.

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