Feb 8, 2012

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SYDNEY, NSW -  IGT announces it now has a new module -for its Systems solution - called Xtra Credit, which delivers additional playing time for players and enables venues to reduce their liability held in unredeemed reward points.  Approved in NSW, Xtra Credit is now differentiating the gaming experience in six NSW clubs, including Western Suburbs League Club Campbelltown, Merrylands RSL, Club Five Dock, Ryde Eastwood Leagues and Blacktown Workers Club.
Working in conjunction with IGT's Advantage Club, Xtra Credit enables venues to create a personalised incentive program for players that rewards loyalty and allows players to convert their points on the machine. These are used as extra credits for more game play and longer entertainment.  IGT's Xtra Credit is fully portable between any manufacturer's machines and across all games and denominations.  Players can stop and start redeeming points at any time; additionally, any winnings earned from playing in Xtra Credit mode go to the game's credit meter and can be cashed out. 

Michael Cheers, IGT Systems sales manager commented: "From a player's perspective, Xtra Credit offers greater customer satisfaction, as they have the power to control how, when and where their reward points are used.  Xtra Credit benefits venues by reducing loyalty point liability, administration and marketing costs, and increasing carded play, as well as providing access to information improve service to meet members' needs." 

"One additional feature is that this also includes a voluntary pre-commitment solution which forward-thinking venues can offer to members," Cheers added.