Video King, an industry leader in electronic gaming, has ventured into new territory and trying its “hand” at something new—skill-based, Class II video poker, with a wide-area progressive feature.

PokerNanza, Video King’s latest patented game, puts a whole new spin on video poker. It’s a “virtual” jackpot, in terms of gaming—bringing the look and feel of Vegas-style video poker to the Class II casino floor.

PokerNanza fills a void in the Class II video poker segment. Generally, Class II video poker has lacked the “skill” element of standard video poker, but with PokerNanza, player skill is a notable asset. In addition to video poker, PokerNanza offers a four-level, wide-area progressive, designed to generate huge progressive jackpots.

A significant milestone in Video King’s history, PokerNanza is the company’s first server-based, Class II game offering, already in play at a number of casinos.

GLI-approved, PokerNanza is played on the CHAMP-e—Video King’s latest mobile gaming device, an Android tablet, powered by the patent-pending CHARGE-e, one of the most innovative types of charging systems in the industry today, using wireless technology with possible applications beyond gaming.

Offering more mobility, players are no longer limited to one location to play their favorite game. These wireless tablets give them the freedom to move throughout the casino and continue play.

To broaden appeal, there are three different video poker games to choose from—PokerNanza Jacks Or Better, PokerNanza Deuces Wild and PokerNanza Double Double Bonus—all in 25-cent, 50-cent, $1 and $5 denominations.

Players can add PokerNanza credits to their gaming devices in one of two ways: a fixed location, point of sale or Video King’s newly designed, stand-alone kiosk, which allows players to create accounts and add cash to existing ones.

PokerNanza is one of a number of novel, new games Video King has to offer, debuting at this year’s Global Gaming Expo.

To learn more, visit or call 800-635-9912.

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