Sponsored Content: Touch Sport


The betting and gambling industry is still developing rapidly globally. Some places faster than others, but one thing common to all countries is, that games and sports are inextricably linked. It has in many ways developed opportunities for betting but has also expanded the knowledge of sports that in the past was in the periphery, for example, football, ice hockey, all kind of horse racing, boxing, Formula 1, etc. Today it is possible to bet on all types of sports from a single terminal, which can be set up in predetermined gambling shops, supermarkets, or even a single terminal set in a corner shop. Suddenly, sports enthusiasts can follow everything from; the known above to dog racing, golf, bicycle race, pigeons and so on.

Rhineland Tech (RHL) has marketed some concept solutions at betting terminals and we are constantly developing. Our latest model is “Touch Sport”, and we allow ourselves to call it a 100% solution, to a self-service terminal for any type of betting shop. The stylish design fits into any play environment, ease of use is optimal and the terminal is designed to handle all payment options such as; contactless, cash and credit card. As always, when RHL develops a new design, we put ourselves into the user’s place. Clarity and access must be uncomplicated, and as a user, an all in one solution has priority, all forms of bets must be available from the same terminal.

Of course, the terminal must also be easy to handle for the venue and be easily accessible, eg. When replacing printer paper, emptying the coin container, etc. Here Touch Sport wins all parameters, with easy access from the front where the operator has easy and quick access to all parts.

RHL are confident that the timeless “Touch Sport” design will last for many years. Of course, as with all our products, we will continuously develop “Touch Sport” so it’s always contemporary and meets all the requirements and standards our customers may have.

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