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Virtual Lottery Terminal (VLT) and Totem
Wagergun is number one in lottery ticket sales. Our VLT and totem for lottery ticket sales are mobile and convenient. They can be located in any public place occupying minimum space.
WagerGun Games’ lottery software is fully compliant with local regulations and grants operators an edge with efficient controls and smooth functioning regardless of lottery scale. With over 150+ types of scratch and instant draw lottery animations, our solution is the way to go. We can also help you setting up totem for our VLT.
VLTs typically feature a selection of multiple games, primarily video slot machines. Their exact operation depends on local law: many VLTs are stand-alone devices containing a random number generator. Each terminal is connected to a centralized computer system that allows the lottery jurisdiction to monitor gameplay and collect its share of revenue. The outcome of each wager on a VLT is random. VLT operators are not able to program the total amount wagered, or payouts, through the central computer system. A minimum percentage payout usually is written into that jurisdiction’s law. That percentage is realized not by manipulation of the game, but by adjusting the expected overall payout.
iCafe is a united gaming experience. It is a new payment service, which provide players with a single account, accessible from both physical gaming venues and online platforms. It bridges players gaming activities offline and online. The account can be topped up at the counter via bank card or with a mobile phone. With iCafe, you can put VLT and totem, you will empower your customers to move between online and offline, expand your client base, and cement the loyalty of existing patrons.
By 2010, a variation of the internet café known as a “sweepstakes parlor” had become widespread in certain regions of the United States. These facilities offer entries in a contest to customers who purchase internet usage. The result of the customers’ entries are revealed using software installed on the computer terminals, which may simulate the appearance and operation of casino games such as a slot machine.
Although meant to resemble it, these sweepstakes and software are designed in such a way that they could legally be considered sweepstakes rather than gambling. Sweepstakes parlors have faced scrutiny by local governments, who have argued that despite arguments claiming otherwise, sweepstakes parlors are a form of illegal gambling, and their patrons are more interested in playing the sweepstakes than actually using their purchased internet time. A large number of these locations have faced raids by officials, while a number of states have enacted laws meant to ban them