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Aristocrat, Grand Vision in Licensing Agreement

Grand Vision Gaming (GVG), a manufacturer of video gaming devices headquartered in Billings, Montana, and slot manufacturer Aristocrat Technologies have entered into an agreement that grants GVG an exclusive license to place three popular Aristocrat slot games on GVG gaming devices in Montana. The titles include Buffalo, which was named “Best Video Slot Game” by Goldman Sachs’ independent survey of slot managers across the country for the second consecutive year.

According to Tim Carson, one of GVG’s four partners and a 34-year industry veteran, this agreement comes one year after the two companies entered into their first agreement in May 2012 that made GVG the exclusive distributor of Aristocrat games in Montana. This new agreement “combines games from two manufacturers on a single gaming device,” said Carson. “Players will now have the opportunity to choose games from two distinctly different and separate manufacturers while playing on one machine. It’s a simple but revolutionary concept that puts the player first by expanding their game options that are no longer limited by a single manufacturer. This is a highly strategic arrangement that gives both companies significant competitive advantages in the marketplace.”

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