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Incredible Technologies Enters EGT Market

Incredible Technologies Enters EGT Market

Slot supplier Incredible Technologies (IT) announced its entrance into the U.S. electronic table game market in July.

Powered by Zuum Interactive’s software, pilot installations of the company’s ETG products will launch in select markets later this year featuring roulette, craps and other popular games. IT’s existing infrastructure across nearly 200 commercial and tribal gaming jurisdictions in North America allows the company to rapidly deploy the new product line to customers.

“Our ETG development marks an important milestone for IT as we continue to grow into new markets and product lines while still leveraging our core strengths,” said Dan Schrementi, IT’s president of gaming, ahead of last month’s trade show. “The roulette product we’ll be previewing at NIGA comes from a proven pedigree in the ETG space, and is just the first game for this new product line. We will test launch the first games in North America this year before planning a broader rollout in 2022. The ETG segment continues to grow in the U.S., and IT is well-positioned to compete in the space.”

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