“Börspodden” visited and interviewed Tristan Sjöberg at TCS John Huxley’s offin in Singapore. In Swedish – Listen here
“By the end of 2016 we will have all our Gaming Floor Live modules plugging into the same operating and reporting system” “One of the ways we are preparing for Millennials is to give operators options of using touch screen fixed and portable products through our GFL Gaming suite of products,” Sjöberg explains. TCS John Huxley’s Tristan Sjöberg recaps 2015 and discusses the year ahead. What was TCS John Huxley’s 2015 flagship product? Our core products – Chippers, Roulette Wheels, e-FX displays, tables and layouts continue to be strong performers. Our traditional product range is widely acknowledged as the world’s
The unlikely revival of table games is about to enter its second decade—the dominance of slots continuing to slip away. At TCSJohnHuxley, Executive Chairman Tristan Sjöberg is enjoying the ride, but looking toward the future, as well. “We’ve been on a journey over the last couple of years,” he says, “and I think the journey has been very successful as it has injected enthusiasm back into the business.” Outside of Asia, where table games have always been king, the revival of tables has been attributable to one major variable, says Sjöberg, and that is its appeal to a younger demographic.
Article from InterGaming: Tristan Sjoberg from TCS John Huxley speaks to Alan Campbell about the importance of the ICE 2015 trade show. ONE of the world’s leading manufacturers and suppliers of live gaming solutions and services, TCS was established in 1973 and soon found success with its Chipper Champ chip sorting machine being introduced at London’s Palm Beach Casino. Maintaining an emphasis on leading-edge technology, the firm saw subsequent triumphs with its low-profile roulette wheels before being amalgamated with rival John Huxley in 2003 to create one of the world’s largest global casino supply companies. Now boasting 11 offices around