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AC Coin hits milestone

3,000 games in the field

Pleasantville, N.J.-based AC Coin & Slot announced a milestone last month. The supplier, which produces proprietary bonus slots using base games of International Game Technology, has passed 3,000 games in the field.

    The number of AC Coin bonus slots simultaneously leased and supported throughout North America has more than doubled in the past three years, which the company attributes to a steady stream of new bonus games being introduced by the company and a renewed emphasis on customer support.

    “Increasing our distribution network of leased slot machines is just one of the markers of AC Coin & Slot’s tremendous growth,” said Jerry Seelig, the company’s executive vice president and general manager. “To grow at such a pace while sustaining our longstanding relationships is only possible by progressively bringing innovative products to market and reinforcing them with the most knowledgeable, attentive support teams in the business. This is evidence of every division of our company, from our sales force to our service technicians, working together seamlessly to serve our casino partners.”

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