Gaming Arts, LLC, an end-to-end gaming technology provider of electronic gaming machines (EGMs), bingo, keno and interactive casino promotional systems, announced several key company milestones.
The company recently celebrated its first Pop'N Pays machine sale to Valley View Casino & Hotel. The games sold were Piñatas Olé and Big Top, two popular titles in our Pop'N Pays games series. Housed in a four-pod of Phocus hybrid cabinets, this bank of four games is coupled with eye-catching wedges and includes the company's exclusive Rocket Rollup mystery progressive.
"I believe we have a great new partnership with a company that provides great games that our guests love to play. I look forward to many more years of working with Gaming Arts," said Randy Reedy, vice president of gaming operations of Valley View Casino
"We are very appreciative of Randy Reedy and the team at Valley View Casino for working with us on this milestone first sale," said Jean Venneman, chief commercial officer of Gaming Arts. "We look forward to partnering with them for many years to come, creating entertaining gaming experiences for their customers."
In addition, Gaming Arts accomplished its 100th game placement at Pala Casino Spa & Resort in Southern California. A total of eight Pop'N Pays games including two high limit games housed in Phocus upright cabinets and six Phocus hybrid cabinets located on its main casino floor make up the casino's game mix of Piñatas Olé and Big Top video reels.
"One-hundred units in the field is a really solid start for Gaming Arts, having launched our video slots only earlier this year," said Mike Dreitzer, president of Gaming Arts. "The feedback has been overwhelmingly positive, and we look forward to continued momentum as players in casinos all over get introduced to our games."
Early indicators of strong product performance is another milestone worth noting. The company reported that it has performed very well over the last several months in the Eilers-Fantini Monthly Game Performance Report, ending June with an impressive "theoretical net win vs. house average" index of 1.72 for installed units.
The company has reached yet another milestone, having now secured 100 gaming licenses worldwide. Gaming Arts continues to expand its licensed footprint month over month, all in an effort to continue to better serve casinos across the world.
"The extremely positive feedback we've received from our customers and players is very rewarding," said David Colvin, CEO of Gaming Arts. "We plan to continue to transform the industry with even more truly innovative game themes at the Global Gaming Expo in October where we will have approximately 60 EGMs on display showcasing our latest advances and remarkable content."