TableMAX announces game placements in Oklahoma and California
February 11, 2009
Gaming announced two separate deals to place versions of its automated table games
at properties in Oklahoma
and Northern California
The company executed a contract for its Caribbean Stud Poker and Progressive Blackjack games in Oklahoma. The Quapaw Casino in Miami, Okla., has ordered two TableMAX Systems to be installed in March. Quapaw Casino offers players nearly 500 electronic gaming devices and eight live table games.
Steadily growing popularity of the games among players has led the company to a consistent string of success in Oklahoma. All TableMAX Systems feature $1 minimum bets as well as an optional 50-cent side bet. The side bet is a proprietary TableMAX feature that gives players the chance to win a life-changing progressive jackpot.
TableMAX CEO Stephen Crystal said, “We are very excited about the warm reception the TableMAX Systems are getting from players and operators alike, particularly in Tribal casinos. As we get closer to the NIGA tradeshow, we are enthusiastic about the partnerships and progress we are making in that marketplace.”
In Northern California, the company agreed to place Caribbean Draw Poker with the Konocti Vista Casino Resort, marking the first Casino in Northern California to have the game.
TableMAX CEO Stephen Crystal said, “As the first TableMAX Caribbean Draw placement in the area, the Konocti Vista management decision will provide their players with a unique electronic and community gaming experience. Caribbean Draw is the latest addition to our exciting gaming library and we are very pleased with the uptake.”
Konocti Vista Slots Director Andrew Kalin said, “We are working with TableMAX to bring dynamic games to our players. Caribbean Draw poker allows players to discard and draw up to two new cards. Combined with life changing jackpots utilizing patented progressive systems, TableMAX provides an exciting dynamic to compliment our strong gaming offer.”
“We chose TableMAX because the flexible betting allows players to wager from $1 to $500.00. The electronic format means the table is almost always open and the friendly gaming environment caters to both new and experienced players,” said Kalin.
The agreement reflects the steadily growing popularity of the TableMAX games among players and has led the company to a consistent string of success in both the northern and southern California gaming markets. The most recent being contracts signed earlier this month with Red Fox casinos and Viejas Casino & Outlet Center in Southern California.
TableMAX’s electronic versions of the popular table games Progressive Blackjack, Caribbean Stud Poker, and Caribbean Draw Poker provide players a fun and relaxed community gaming experience through realistic graphics and digitally mastered sound. The TableMAX platform offers bets starting at $1 and features an optional 50 cent side-bet allowing players the opportunity to win life-changing progressive jackpots.
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