CT Gaming launches enhanced CMS


29 Jun 2020

T Gaming has been actively working on new strategies and planning to support its customers and has added new functionalities to its RHINO Casino Management System to help casinos.

Nikola Nenkov, Regional Sales Manager CMS at CT Gaming, said: “We are launching an enhanced system solution with added essential new functionalities to our RHINO Casino Management System. RHINO is a comprehensive tool for casino management and complete control over casino operations. With the newly added functionalities, we have made it even more reliable, enabling optimization of all work processes.”

He added that the product development department`s main focus in recent months was the Live game module enhancement in order to offer a full solution for the casino business.

The Live game table Jackpot has been added and developed to boost the performance and to add to the exceptional experience of the players at the table. It has the advantage of being easy for installation with cloud-based Wide Area Jackpot.

“The attention to the detail is our main drive in product development. Both in terms of better performance of individual operation as well as for optimizing the staff work, we have added TITO for a live game with the MRX Table Bill acceptor. It is a high-speed solution allowing the procession of 2 notes per second, accepting multiple foreign currencies,” Mr. Nenkov explained. “The added functionalities make the system a comprehensive tool for effective management of gaming devices and casino employees as well as an excellent tool for effective guest service at the casino. Our goal is to help our customers drive their business forward and to deliver exceptional entertainment experiences for the players. Our core values of trust, customer success, and, innovation continue to guide everything we do. We would like to assure our clients and partners that our team remains focused on their success and on our mutual business projects. Our relentless commitment to success is stronger than ever“, said Mr. Nenkov.