The new Catawba Two Kings Casino pre-launch facility in Kings Mountain, N.C., opened to the public on July 1 and is protected by leading technologies from JCM Global (JCM). Catawba Two Kings selected JCM’s iVIZION bill validator, GEN5 Thermal Printer, and ICB Intelligent Cash Box system for the 500-slot casino.

JCM, which is working with Delaware North, the hospitality and gaming company consulting on the Catawba Nation’s casino project, is planning to install these same award-winning solutions in future development phases of the Catawba Two Kings Casino.

“Delaware North has had great success using JCM’s cash management products at its own gaming properties, and those products have worked very well during our first month of operations at Catawba Two Kings Casino. JCM Global is a key part of our commitment to operate the casino with industry-leading tools and processes,” Mike Ulizio, president of the Catawba Nation Gaming Authority, said.

“We are honored to be a part of the Catawba Nation’s first casino venture, and we are pleased that our long-term partner Delaware North recommended JCM for this project,” Dave Kubajak, SVP of Sales, Marketing, & Operations at JCM, said.

“More Native American and First Nation casinos select JCM products than all other competitor products combined. We take that trust and responsibility seriously, and we continually defend our casino partners against evolving counterfeiting and cheating techniques.”

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