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Ainsworth Installs HHR System at Derby City Downtown

Ainsworth Installs HHR System at Derby City Downtown

Ainsworth Game Technology has successfully installed its award-winning Historical Horse Racing (HHR) System and terminals at Derby City Downtown, a premier Churchill Downs location in Louisville, Kentucky.

The newly opened property features 500 historical horse racing terminals, with 90 percent of those connected to Ainsworth’s HHR System. The gaming floor features a bank of Ainsworth’s high-performing new series, San Bao, along with many of the company’s classic high-denomination titles and other popular themes on the A-STAR Curve cabinet.

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.

In addition to top-performing Ainsworth content, Ainsworth’s HHR System enables its partners to provide guests with popular content from several additional top gaming manufacturers, including Aristocrat, IGT, Konami and Light & Wonder.

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