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FutureLogic Inks Agreement with HMS Gaming and Bolsters Customer Sales & Support in Florida, the Caribbean, and Central America

GLENDALE, Calif., Jan. 23, 2014 /PRNewswire/ -- FutureLogic, Inc., the world's leading developer of innovative ticket printing and couponing solutions, announces today that it has entered into a distribution and service agreement through December 31, 2015 with HMS Gaming. With casino gaming and supplier licenses in multiple jurisdictions, HMS Gaming will be the exclusive sales and service provider for FutureLogic gaming printer products in Florida, the Caribbean, Panama, Colombia, Cruise Ship gaming operators, Puerto Rico and Suriname.

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"We are delighted to have HMS Gaming aboard. With pride in their commitment to promote and maintain business ethics and personal integrity at all levels, HMS Gaming's vision is aligned with that of FutureLogic's," said Nick Micalizzi, FutureLogic's Vice President Sales and Marketing, North America. "HMS Gaming's principals and partners have over 60 years of outstanding service in casino and slot operations as well as international gaming sales and management with some of the major gaming operators and manufacturers worldwide. We look forward to a lasting partnership as we expand our portfolio of GEN3 Evolution®, and GEN2 Universal™ printers along with our PromoNet® couponing solutions in Florida, the Caribbean and beyond."

"At HMS Gaming, we are all honored and enthused to represent FutureLogic's world-class printing and promotional coupon solutions for our customers," said Keko Mottes, principal of HMS Gaming.  "FutureLogic's commitment, company vision, along with quality products and unmatched service fits well with our customer-first mantra at HMS Gaming. We look forward to a long-term partnership."

About HMS Gaming
HMS Gaming is a gaming machine distributor and casino services company with experience and knowledge spanning more than 60 years in casino, slot operations and international gaming distribution. The company has an outstanding reputation through its management and staff, who strive to apply their talent with dedication, enthusiasm and creativity for the need and desire of the casino operator. HMS Gaming supplies product and services that deliver superior technology and entertaining value for their customers.

About FutureLogic, Inc.
Celebrating more than 30 years in business and 15 years in gaming, FutureLogic is the leading developer of innovative ticket printing and couponing solutions to gaming technology providers and operators around the world. As the premier supplier of super-robust thermal ticket printers to the global gaming industry, FutureLogic has shipped more than 1.5 million printers for casino gaming, video lottery, AWP, LPM, SWP and kiosk applications worldwide. Headquartered in Glendale, CA and with offices across North and South America, Europe, Asia and Australia, FutureLogic's sales and engineering teams are ready to provide direct support and local knowledge for manufacturers and operators around the world. For more information or to contact us, please visit www.futurelogic-inc.com

FutureLogic Contact:
Matt Naraghi
Director of Marketing, North America
619.786.4995
[email protected]

SOURCE FutureLogic, Inc.

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