TCS John Huxley was selected to provide all of the gaming tables and various elements of other live gaming equipment, to the US$440m del Lago Resort & Casino, which is one of only four Upstate casinos awarded a license following New York’s authorisation of state-regulated gambling facilities back in 2013.
Del Lago Resort & Casino is located in the Upstate town of Waterloo and it features 2,000 slot machines and 89 gaming tables.
Among the 89 gaming tables supplied, del Lago selected TCS John Huxley’s new Blaze Technology for their Roulette and Big Six tables. The list of other tables includes 63 Blackjack tables with exchangeable tops, four Craps tables, three Baccarat tables, and 12 Poker Tables. In addition to these 89 custom designed gaming tables. TCS John Huxley has also supplied its e-FX Winning Number Displays for Roulette & Baccarat, together with the company’s world famous Saturn Roulette Wheels and Chipper Champ 2.
Greg Stewart, Business Development Manager for TCS John Huxley said:
“We were honoured to be involved with the development of the prestigious del Lago Resort & Casino. The team at del Lago wanted to offer their customers a wide range of gaming options including the latest technology, along with traditional favorites. We worked closely with the management and design teams for many months to come up with a stunning look, whilst providing total functionality. We would like to thank the entire team at del Lago for choosing TCS John Huxley for such an important project.”
Lance Young, VP of Table Games for del Lago Resort & Casino, added:
“TCS John Huxley has been great to work with — going above and beyond to ensure we were ready to open. We choose TCS John Huxley as our partner in providing table games because of the outstanding quality and craftsmanship of their products. Specifically, the Blaze products and Omni Displays have given del Lago a unique product in the market and have been very popular with our guests. We look forward to the continued relationship and support TCS John Huxley has provided.”