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TransAct Extends Alabama Agreement

Printing supplier TransAct Technologies announced the extension of the company’s relationship with PCI Gaming Authority, the gaming enterprise of the Alabama-based Poarch Band of Creek Indians, to bring its Epicentral promotion and bonusing system to a second casino operated by the tribe following the implementation of Epicentral at Wind Creek Casino & Hotel Atmore in March 2013.

The deployment, which is expected to go live by the end of the year, will bring Epicentral to all 2,500 Class II electronic games at Wind Creek Casino & Hotel Wetumpka and expand the company’s deployment at PCI Gaming facilities to a total of approximately 4,200 games.

The Epicentral Print System is currently live at five casinos, delivering customized promotions and coupons directly to casino patrons on over 5,000 machines and electronic gaming devices worldwide. TransAct expects to bring four more casinos online, including Wind Creek Casino & Hotel Wetumpka, before the end of 2013, effectively expanding the company’s total base of Epicentral-enabled electronic gaming devices to over 10,000 units worldwide.

 

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