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AGS Posts Impressive Class III Growth

AGS Posts Impressive Class III Growth

AGS, a gaming supplier with one of the industry’s most diversified product portfolios, announced that recent regulatory approvals of its new, high-performing Icon cabinet have resulted in an increase of installs and orders for its Class III slot games available on the cabinet, as well as triggering a field trial partnership with one of the world’s top cruise lines based in Florida. These key business benchmarks highlight the company’s remarkable growth in the Class III casino marketplace and now bring AGS’ core slot machine content to operators and players throughout a growing list of jurisdictions.

 “In the past few months, we’ve secured a number of new, strategic regulatory approvals for our Icon cabinet, including Nevada, Florida, New Jersey, and Mississippi,” said David Lopez, AGS’ president and CEO. “Between current installs and new orders, we’ve partnered with nearly 150 casinos across the U.S. to bring Icon and its games to new players. This growth shows how we’re continuing to deliver on our integration goals, one of which is focusing on expanding our Class III footprint in major markets throughout the U.S.”

 Featuring two flush-mounted 23-inch HD LCDs and an integrated digital sound system, the Icon cabinet delivers a truly compelling player experience. Its striking visual effects enhance AGS’ suite of customized, premium game content and play mechanics, including the player-favorites Gold Dragon Red Dragon, FireWolf, Golden Wins and Jade Wins.

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