GLENDALE, Calif., June 7, 2012 /PRNewswire/ -- FutureLogic, Inc., the leading manufacturer of innovative ticketing and intelligent promotional couponing solutions, announces today that its GEN2 Universal™ printer was selected to be included in the Nevada Gaming Control Board field trial for Leap Forward Gaming's (LFG) patented SaffariNet® wireless ecosystem currently underway at a Reno, NV casino. LFG's groundbreaking SaffariNet® system provides a highly secure wireless access to the printer's second port, allowing operators an easy portal to perform remote firmware upgrades and print coupons at any EGM equipped with a GEN2 Universal™ printer.
"We are extremely pleased to provide GEN2 Universal™ printers for this important Nevada field trial of the SaffariNet® ecosystem, which will allow gaming manufacturers and operators to fully realize the capabilities of FutureLogic's PromoNet® Intelligent Couponing Solution," said Eric Meyerhofer, CEO for FutureLogic, Inc. "Our partnership with LFG provides an end-to-end solution for FutureLogic's PromoNet® Solution that makes intelligent promotional couponing an immediate reality to operators of casinos, AWPs, and VLTs worldwide. FutureLogic has always been a key player in emerging technologies and will continue this trend by embracing the substantial wireless and real-time data capabilities of LFG's SaffariNet® ecosystem."
Ali Saffari, CEO of Leap Forward Gaming, added, "We are always eager to engage with partners that are technologically advanced in their thinking and the team at FutureLogic clearly understands the benefits of our SaffariNet® ecosystem. Utilizing the GEN2 Universal™ printer's features and its second-port capability, along with LFG's knowledge of wireless system development and applications, we have achieved a key milestone on the road to a significantly enhanced casino floor. We look forward to obtaining Nevada regulatory approval of the SaffariNet® ecosystem, which offers new levels of connectivity and features to all gaming machines in a cost-effective way."
About FutureLogic, Inc.
Founded in 1983 and headquartered in Glendale, Calif., FutureLogic develops and supplies solutions for the gaming industry including high-reliability printer equipment and in-game promotional couponing solutions. As the undisputed leader in super-robust thermal printer technology, FutureLogic is the industry's premier supplier of thermal printers for casino gaming, promotional equipment, kiosk, industrial, RTAL, gas pumps and medical applications. FutureLogic has shipped more than 1.5 million TITO printers worldwide. In July 2004 the company founded FutureLogic Europe, Ltd. to provide direct sales and engineering support for the growing OEM thermal printer markets in Europe. In October 2006 FutureLogic expanded its global support network into the Asia Pacific market, with a new sales and service center in Macau, China. In 2010 FutureLogic further supplemented its service and support platform with the opening of an office in Sydney, Australia, and in 2011 the company expanded its sales and marketing presence to cover South America. More information on the company is available at www.futurelogic-inc.com.
About Leap Forward Gaming Incorporated
Leap Forward Gaming (LFG), headquartered in Reno, NV, specializes in the innovation, development, design, manufacture and operation of wireless communication gaming and non-gaming systems. LFG has developed a new cutting-edge, patented, low-cost wireless ecosystem called SaffariNet® that promises to revolutionize how gaming devices, peripherals, wide-area progressives, player-tracking systems, mobile devices and server-based systems communicate wirelessly and interact across casino floors. LFG's multi-disciplined team of gaming industry professionals has more than 250 years combined gaming experience developing creative and groundbreaking technologies. Its members are the listed inventors on over 500 pending and issued worldwide patents. For more information, please visit www.leapforwardgaming.com.
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