SAS Protocol Consulting

  • Reduce your Gaming Device Time-to-Market

    Don't put your gaming project at risk.

  • Troubleshoot your integration

    Lab Standard Compliance DOES NOT mean Interoperability

  • Stop paying crazy consulting rates

Full IGT SAS 6.02 protocol scope

Basic Accounting

Your first milestone in protocol implementation.


Both Enhanced and System modes

AFT Cashless

Expand your product interoperability


Enables complex integration and powerfull BI

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Successfully EGM-to-System integrations.


Customers successfully achieved their complicance lab protocol certifications. Be the next one!


Years of proven experience in international gaming projects.

Flexible Engagement

We can adapt to your project scenario.

Remote consulting

We can provide remote consultancy and deliver into any itmezone.

On-site consulting

We can travel worlwide to work along your team, speeding up your project.

Granular investment

We can allocate consulting capacity in small packages for your convenience.

80 hours pack
USD $45/hr
160 hours pack
+160 monthly hours
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Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ)

SAS stands for Slot Accounting Protocol. It was introduced by IGT almost two decades ago and today it remains asl the most widely used communication protocol in the gaming industry. 

SAS Protocol specification is provided by IGT to any manufacturer in the industry. 

T.I.T.O. (“Ticket In Ticket Out”) is a technology used in more modern slot machines. It was originally developed circa 1992 by MGM Corporation who purchased technology from a Las Vegas firm Five Star Solutions as well as barcode ticket printing technology from Jon Yarbrough before his VGT success. They also worked with Pat Greene an inventor in Boston of Triad Company who held a patent on a Bill Validator which could read bar coded tickets as well as accept cash. MGM created a consortium of game manufacturers and developed a protocol for its custom Universal Interface Board “UIB” based on a derivative of Bally Gaming’s SDS System. They contracted local firm Applied Computer Technology, Inc. to develop the UIB, its firmware, and also facilitate the organization of the consortium. Later IGT acquired the rights to the TITO patents from MGM and began to modify their own protocol called SAS to implement TITO.