Touch-LESS Gaming’s contactless button technology has made its premiere in three Logrand Entertainment Group casinos in Mexico, allowing gamblers to lessen the amount of physical contact required to play games.
Touch-LESS claims that by using the patent-pending technology, casino operators will be able to provide a “more sanitary way” to play slots and video poker while also decreasing machine cleaning requirements.
Transformative sensor technology
Touch-LESS Gaming’s Founder and Chief Executive Officer, Christy Lemons, said: “We are so pleased to be working with the Logrand Entertainment Group to bring our transformative sensor technology to Mexico and the global gaming industry.
“As our very first installation partner, we appreciate Logrand’s progressive commitment to providing their players with a safer, more sanitary slot machine experience that helps better protect them from transmittable pathogens like the COVID-19 virus.
“We look forward to exceeding their expectations during the product trials at the Jubilee (the largest casino in Mexico), Dubai Palace (located in Cancún, MX) and Paradise (located in Nuevo León, MX) casinos and then working with them to deploy our sensor technology across additional machines and locations.”
Futuristic and safer way
Logrand Entertainment’s Product Manager, Jorge Miranda, said: “Logrand Entertainment Group is appreciative of the dedication Touch-LESS Gaming has shown in developing technology that helps our players enjoy their favourite slot and video poker machines in a futuristic and safer way.
“In each location, we have installed their button technology on multiple highly popular games and have been pleased with the acceptance they have received so far from our players.”