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AGS granted Arizona, Iowa Licenses

Slot manufacturer American Gaming Systems announced that it has been granted licenses to manufacture and distribute gaming devices in the states of Arizona and Iowa. It is the latest development in the slot-maker’s push to expand its games from its original core market of Oklahoma Class II casinos.

“We are very excited to receive the approvals allowing us to bring our product and services to Arizona and Iowa,” said Paul Lofgren, vice president of business development and sales for AGS. “Both jurisdictions present tremendous opportunities for us to place our exciting new games and offer operators greater product variety in their casinos. With these approvals, and other recent approvals including Nevada and Illinois, AGS continues to execute its plan to position itself to be able to provide its innovative products in all major commercial jurisdictions.”

Upon receiving all the appropriate regulatory approvals, AGS slots will be powered by its new Roadrunner platform, which features a proprietary 3D graphics engine that features an accelerated video frame refresh rate.

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