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Cadillac Jack Announces Shipments

Amaya Gaming Group announced that its subsidiary Cadillac Jack has entered into multiple agreements to ship approximately 1,100 gaming machines to both existing and new customers in the United States.

Installation of the machines is anticipated to occur in the second quarter of 2014. The shipments are primarily comprised of outright sales of gaming machines as well as upgrading existing revenue-share gaming machines. The majority of units shipped will be Class II machines, but will include sales of Class III machines in both Oklahoma and California.

“We are very happy to extend and improve our relationship with longstanding customers in the United States as well as create relationships with new customers,” said David Baazov, CEO of Amaya. “Additionally, we are excited about continuing our expansion of land-based solutions into Class III gaming markets, which we have identified as a strategic growth opportunity for us since our acquisition of Cadillac Jack.”

The company also announced it has received a license to provide its land-based solutions to Class III gaming operations in Wisconsin.

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