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AGEM Member Profile: Jackpot Digital Inc.

AGEM Member Profile: Jackpot Digital Inc.

Jackpot Digital Inc., based in Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada, is a leading electronic table games manufacturer for the cruise ship industry and the regulated casino industry. The company specializes in multi-player gaming products, including poker and casino games, which are complemented by a robust suite of back-end tools for operators to efficiently control and optimize their gaming business.

Jackpot Blitz is the company’s proprietary next-generation gaming platform, offering an incomparable player experience to go with unrivaled operator efficiency, flexibility and profitability. Jackpot Blitz offers Texas hold ‘em, blackjack, baccarat and video poker on an ultra-sensitive 4K touchscreen. With tournament functionality, bad beat jackpot, and an automated payment kiosk, Jackpot Blitz is the ultimate table gaming platform.

Jackpot Digital recently received an order from Ho-Chunk Gaming Wisconsin Dells of Baraboo, for 10 of the company’s Jackpot Blitz platforms. The company also will be installing 10 PokerPro ETG platforms to automate its poker facility.

In addition, Jackpot Digital announced that it has signed a new software license and equipment lease agreement with Carnival Corporation. The agreement outlines terms for the replacement, in phases, of the company’s existing PokerPro Electronic Table Game platform with the company’s next-generation Jackpot Blitz ETGs on Carnival’s ships, subject to certain terms and conditions.

For more information, visit jackpotdigital.com.

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