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Eclipse Gaming Debuts in New Mexico

Eclipse Gaming Debuts in New Mexico

Eclipse Gaming, a provider of casino games for tribal gaming markets and select commercial markets, announced that it has entered the New Mexico Class II market and installed its first video slot games at Inn of the Mountain Gods Resort & Casino in Mescalero.

Eclipse Gaming, which has a huge slot player fan base in bordering Texas, has launched its

IMPACT Series portrait and dual-screen game cabinets and a host of new slot game content at the expansive casino located on the Mescalero Apache reservation in south-central New Mexico, just 130 miles from El Paso, Texas.

Among the 18 new games now live at the casino, players will find the company’s Cash Arcade Series games Big Shake Neon and Big Shake Carnival. These games feature a classic, arcade-style coin pusher feature, wheel bonuses, second-chance respins, and a first-of-its kind Rapid Fire Bonus perceived skill feature.

Also taking center stage at Inn of the Mountain Gods are Eclipse’s Jackpot Series games, popular for their Countdown Pick Bonus, which adds rapid action as players scramble to beat the clock and create chain reactions that explode to reveal prizes. The player-favorite hold-and-spin bonus and expanding reels give players even more opportunities to win. Players will find the entire series at Inn of the Mountain Gods, encompassing Tick Tock Jackpot, Sky High Jackpot, and Mucho Grande Jackpot, all featured on the IMPACT 49 portrait cabinet.

Eclipse Gaming’s Senior Vice President of Sales Sean Evans said, “We are thrilled to launch into the vibrant New Mexico tribal casino market at Inn of the Mountain Gods, a beautifully designed integrated casino resort that offers players and guests such a rewarding experience. We are confident that our games will provide Inn of the Mountain Gods’ players with an entertaining play experience that increases player engagement.”

The company will continue its expansion into New Mexico with a launch at Route 66 Casino Hotel later this quarter.