Acres Manufacturing to debut TIBO ticket solution later this month

March 14, 2023
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The company will conduct a TIBO demo during the Indian Gaming Tradeshow & Convention.

Casino loyalty and technology group, Acres Manufacturing Company, has released its ticket-in bonus-out (TIBO) slot ticketing solution. TIBO is enabled by the company’s next-generation Foundation technology.

Acres said it will demonstrate TIBO at this year’s Indian Gaming Tradeshow & Convention in San Diego, California. The tradeshow will take place between March 27 and March 30.

TIBO functions as an evolution of ticket-in ticket-out (TITO) technology and is compatible with all slot machines, including those that are linked to casino management systems supported by Aristocrat, IGT, Konami and Light & Wonder.

This latest innovation differs from its predecessor because TIBO leverages real-time data and is able to print out tickets instantly.

This is good news for players because they will have direct access to faster-printed tickets and bonuses from casino operators.

Noah Acres, of Acres Manufacturing Company, said: "We are continuously looking for ways to innovate to bring new technology to casino floors. In much the same way we've pursued the burgeoning cashless opportunity, we created TIBO because consumer tastes have changed in the 20-plus years since TITO was released.

"Modern consumers want gamified experiences triggered by real-time personal data and TIBO fulfills these desires by issuing targeted, data-driven bonuses through the slot machine's ticket printer."

Acres designed Foundation to aid casinos in daily operations while minimizing costs and improving connectivity between staff members. In turn, players can benefit by having quicker access to funds and the ability to move money between their accounts and the app’s wallet.

The Foundation system is currently deployed across almost 31,000 slot machines spread out between 21 US casinos.


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