Posted on
27 | 01 | 2009

HERMES SoftLab assists Amatic to enhance their Next Generation Gaming Platform

HERMES SoftLab fully equipped to support Games to System Protocol

27th January 2009, London – HERMES SoftLab, leading software engineering services and IT solutions Company has today announced that it has assisted the enhancement of Amatic Industries next generation of gaming platform with its recently launched G2S (Games to System) building block.

The platform integration with Amatic Industries was successfully completed in a record timeframe, further securing HERMES SoftLab as the true leader in innovation and the perfect partner to the land based gaming industry.

G2S protocol enables an electronic game machine to talk to multiple systems in unison whilst providing operators with access to data, giving them the ability to add new functions for their players with minimal efforts. Server based gaming is the driving force behind G2S protocol and once the first installations are complete, it is expected that Game and System developers will be able to innovate at a rate never see before within the industry.

Reinhold Bauer, CEO and owner of Amatic Industries said “At Amatic we are committed to bringing the latest technologies to AWP and casino markets. Our decision to work with HERMES SoftLab on implementing GSA’s G2S protocol resulted in perfect partnership. We are committed to integrate vast majority of G2S protocol. The pioneering and challenging task undertaken by both parties has proven excellent in terms of successful cooperation.”

Gregor Smrekar, CEO of HERMES SoftLab stated “HERMES SoftLab has completed the G2S technology integration with Amatic’s next generation gaming platform. This is a great example of the effort to accelerate penetration of G2S technology for vendors within the gaming industry by providing G2S software modules and engineering services with both our integration and development teams”.

HERMES SoftLab’s G2S enables gaming operators to develop new and simple functions in communication between various systems used in their gaming portfolio. The protocol also enables fast and simple additions of new functions for players – a key asset for efficient and competitive business operations.