Cadillac Jack, a subsidiary of Montreal-based Amaya Gaming Group, has executed an agreement with one of its largest customers in Mexico to expand Cadillac Jack’s leased install base by 890 gaming units.
Under this multi-year agreement, the customer will replace 890 of its own units with leased units from Cadillac Jack across 13 locations throughout Mexico.
“This is a tremendous opportunity to expand our partnership with one of our top customers and maximize the entertainment value for their players,” said Mauro Franic, Cadillac Jack’s COO. “It also bolsters our stature within the Mexican gaming machine market, which is expected to grow significantly over the next few years.”
“This is a great win for us that will significantly increase our installed base and boost recurring revenue in the country,” added David Baazov, CEO of Amaya Gaming Group. “It also illustrates the success of our commitment to providing gaming products and solutions that can improve profitability for gaming operators while providing players with popular and cutting-edge games deployed in a secure technology environment.”