Interblock Increases New York Footprint

Interblock Increases New York Footprint

Electronic table game (ETG) market leader Interblock announced an expansion of its ETG footprint at Genting’s Resorts World Casino New York City (RWNY), which already held North America’s largest ETG footprint within one casino. The expansion takes the product portfolio of Interblock to nearly 1,000 seats at the property.

“The recent addition at Resorts World New York has allowed us to provide an unparalleled experience while creating a gaming environment that doubles as a centerpiece for the property,” said John Connelly, CEO of Interblock. “We truly value our partnership with Genting and look forward to continued success with the installation of a Pulse Arena being added to the property this summer.”

The imminent addition includes adding 43 play stations to RWNY’s Diamond Stadium, taking the number of seats within the stadium alone to 52 play stations. The stadium is part of a new gaming area on the casino floor, The Podium. This area also adds Interblock’s new Big Six Super Spin and Diamond Video Blackjack for an additional 38 play stations.

Scott Molina, president of Resorts World Casino New York City, commented, “Resorts World Casino New York City places our customers’ experience first and strives to provide them with best-in-class products bringing our customers true casino gaming experiences. To this end, we’ve worked with Interblock and led our jurisdiction in bringing these products to our property and to the state. Interblock continues to innovate our product requirements and we’re happy to enhance our customers’ experiences with these innovations.”

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