Gaming Arts, LLC (Gaming Arts or the company), an end-to-end gaming technology provider of electronic gaming machines, bingo, keno and interactive casino-wide promotional systems, announced multiple achievements across several areas of the company's business.
Recently, the company received jurisdictional approvals of its first two Class III land-based slot themes in the Pop'N Pays family of games, Piñatas Olé and Big Top, housed on the eye-catching Phocus upright and hybrid cabinets.California, Oklahoma, Oregon, and Florida will be the first states to launch Pop'N Pays beginning this week and rolling into early May. More than 400 units are in the pipeline and are scheduled to be placed before the end of the year.
"The launch of our first two Pop'N Pays video reel slot titles signals a new era for Gaming Arts and is a significant milestone in our company history," said Gaming Arts President Mike Dreitzer. "We are thankful to our customer-partners for embarking on this journey with us. We look forward to a high level of performance by our new products that we are confident will be rewarding to operators and players alike."
The Pop'N Pays family of games are designed to provide an exciting and playful game experience through colorful and interactive characters and symbols that "pop" to award wins. Thrilling free games features and three-level progressives offer traditional yet whimsical content while delivering core gamblers an immersive experience without the overly serious nature of video reels seen in present time.
Available in a multitude of bank and pod configurations, Pop'N Pays can accommodate most casino floor footprints and can be enhanced by the linkable Rocket Rollup, a two or three-level mystery progressive with an extremely high hit frequency available for low and high denomination configurations.