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The Fair Share

The Fair Share

The “Fair Share” measurement in the Eilers-Fantini Central Game Performance Report is an important matrix for the slot machine industry. The metric compares the number of slot machines or EGMs and the total theoretical win percentage. The higher the net theo versus the number of games indicates higher performance of the company’s games. Individual suppliers with less than 0.5 percent floor share are grouped into “Other.” The chart excludes all video poker, keno, skill and ETG units. To obtain a copy or subscription to the Eilers-Fantini Central Game Performance Report, contact Todd Eilers at

The Eilers-Fantini Central Game Performance Report currently includes relative performance data on 244,516 slots, 6,590 unique game themes, and 328 casinos across 33 jurisdictions, with performance data dating back to January 2017.


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