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Empire Licensed in Multiple Jurisdictions

Empire Licensed in Multiple Jurisdictions

Empire Technological Group Ltd. last month announced the approval of its gaming applications by the Arkansas Racing Commission, the Choctaw Gaming Commission of Mississippi, the Cherokee Nation Gaming Commission of Oklahoma, the Puerto Rico Tourism Company (PRTC) and the California Gambling Control Commission. This licensure allows the Las Vegas-based game manufacturer to provide its Class III gambling equipment across these commercial markets.

“We are pleased to be granted the licenses by the aforementioned gaming control boards and commissions,” said Empire President Frank Feng. “Acquiring these licenses marks another important milestone for the casino operators and the business strategy for Empire. Our strategy of being a market disruptor with value pricing and quality products for these markets furthers enhances the profitability for our customers.”

Empire is a single-source provider of casino games including Class III slot machines, table games and innovative table game technology.

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