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Interblock Installs in Pennsylvania, Manila

Interblock Installs in Pennsylvania, Manila

Interblock USA has entered the Pennsylvania gaming market for the first time, as it installed its six-station, electro-mechanical G4 Organic automated roulette game at the Mount Airy Casino Resort in the Pocono Mountains resort region.

G4 uses air pressure to launch the ball onto the brim and a series of optical and proximity sensors to track the ball during its path and detect its final position. The fourth-generation product includes a new ball-launching mechanism with improved dust filtering system, a completely non-pliable carbon-fiber brim around the roulette wheel and a thorough fraud prevention system.

“Interblock is very excited to be installing our very first games in the state of Pennsylvania,” said Danny Ouellette, director of sales for Interblock. “We have been working with our customers on entering this state for over two years now, and we are looking forward to placing many more banks of games in the very near future. The customer base in Pennsylvania, especially Mount Airy, seems as positive as we are about adding our new roulette games to this market. It will be a fun new way to enjoy entertainment like never before.”

In other Interblock news, the company has upgraded its presence in the Solaire Resort and Casino in Manila, the Philippines, by adding another 30 play stations to its lineup of G4 Organic Roulette machines. Two G4 roulette generators also were added.

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