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Aristocrat extends agreement with FutureLogic

8 December 2010

GLENDALE, California -- (PRESS RELEASE) -- FutureLogic, Inc., one of the world's leading providers of printing and couponing solutions, announced today that it has extended its agreement with Aristocrat Leisure Limited , to remain their global technology partner, a decision based on FutureLogic's ongoing innovation in thermal ticket printing, promotional marketing and couponing applications. According to the agreement, FutureLogic's thermal printers will continue to be the default option in all Aristocrat's current and new TITO gaming platforms, around the world, for the next two years.

"FutureLogic's reputation for performance and reliability and its outstanding support for our international expansion and development schedules made them the obvious choice as the technology partner for Aristocrat's thermal ticket applications - both now and in the future," said Rick Hayes, Global Platforms Product Manager for Aristocrat.

"We chose to continue our partnership with FutureLogic after evaluating our options and listening to the global markets," said Aristocrat's Senior Product Manager, Charles Santoso. "FutureLogic's reputation for innovation and product performance and their focus on customer service and satisfaction are what we require from all our technology partners."

John Edmunds concluded, "As a technology partner we look forward to working with Aristocrat on a number of strategic projects over the next two years, developing innovative printing and couponing solutions that add value to Aristocrat and their clients."

For further information, contact FutureLogic Europe at: +44.1628.760.083 for sales enquiries, or: +44.1628.760.082 for technical service.

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