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QCI partners with Modulus to enter European gaming market

Updated:2024-03-20 08:48    Views:144

Quick Custom Intelligence (QCI) has made a strategic move into the European gaming market through a partnership with Modulus, an international supplier of gaming management systems.

Andrew Cardno, CTO for QCI stated: "QCI is dedicated to forging global relationships that bolster our mission to advance AGI-driven technology within the gaming and hospitality sector.

"Partnering with Modulus, a respected leader in the International market, aligns seamlessly with our goals and values. This collaboration promises to deliver robust technology solutions and comprehensive support to our expanded clientele, solidifying our position as a global leader in the industry."

In February 2021, Modulus exclusively licensed the Galaxis and System2Go casino products from IGT for the gaming systems market.

Modulus holds 30,000 machines connected to its systems and more than 240 operators as clients.

Marc Attal, the COO of Modulus, expressed his enthusiasm for the partnership: "This alliance with QCI is a significant milestone for Modulus. We are excited to join forces with QCI, a leader in AI innovative technology and look forward to a successful and fruitful collaboration."

In July 2023, QCI appointed Jarvis,slots an AI, as its COO. 

Expanding its team further, QCI welcomed Brandon Lenssen as VP and General Manager. Lenssen, with more than 27 years of industry experience, has worked for gaming companies such as Bally's Corporation and Affinity Gaming.

In a prior partnership, QCI collaborated with Gaming Dynamics to provide tooling for over 2,500 games in clubs and pubs across New South Wales.

QCI currently operates in over 100 casinos in North America, including Seminole Hard Rock, Angel of the Winds and Monarch—serving over 4,000 operators worldwide.



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