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Ainsworth Installs 105 HHR Machines in Virginia

Ainsworth Installs 105 HHR Machines in Virginia

Ainsworth Game Technology has successfully installed its award-winning Historical Horse Racing System and 105 gaming terminals at Rosie’s Gaming Emporium in Richmond, Virginia.

Players at Rosie’s now have access to a full suite of Ainsworth’s top performing content on several unique terminals including the A640, EVO and A600 Slant Top. Games immediately available include several titles from the player-favorite QuickSpin brand, including Super Charged 7s, Super Lantern 8s and Super Hot 7s.

Ainsworth also has installed classic high-denomination content like Eagle Bucks and The Enforcer.

The titles and platforms have been specifically engineered for historical horse racing, certified by an independent testing lab and approved by applicable gaming and racing commissions.

“Ainsworth has created an excellent historical horse racing product,” said Jeff Townsend, vice president of gaming at Colonial Downs Group, parent of Rosie’s Gaming Emporium. “We are excited to offer our players the latest games that can provide a thrilling experience and help ensure long-term success for our property.”

Ainsworth Chief Commercial Officer Deron Hunsberger added, “Our historical horse racing games are now live and performing well in several properties around the United States. We’re excited to begin a partnership with Rosie’s that continues our growth and showcases a first-class wagering experience to our customers and their players.”

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