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United Coin Becomes Century Gaming

United Coin Becomes Century Gaming

United Coin Machine Company, known for its signature product, Gamblers Bonus, has changed its name to  Century Gaming Technologies. According to Steve Arntzen, president and CEO, the new name better reflects the services and products the company provides in the two states in which it operates, Nevada and Montana.

“We have evolved to be a true provider of innovative and leading- edge gaming technology, not just a slot route operator,” said Arntzen.  Previously, the company operated as Century Gaming in Montana and United Coin Machine Company in Nevada. Combined, the company employs more than 250 people in two states.

The company recently installed Game Tender, which allows for continual monitoring, faster bonus awarding and even more accurate data, up to every 10 seconds, on the company’s gaming machines and systems at 440 locations in Southern Nevada alone, Century announced.

Century’s newest product, i3, allows cash-for-play not only at Gamblers Bonus locations, but at any gaming establishment. “Our system provides valuable marketing information to management while delivering strong technology support to convenience store clerks who don’t have the ability to have direct one-on-one contact with key players,” Arntzen said. The new system also has strong applications for smaller bars inside larger casino properties. “This offering is incredibly valuable to our gaming partners and allows us to broaden our stake in Nevada gaming, since customers don’t have to vend with us to take advantage of the many gaming technology advances we offer.  This is the case with Rebel and many others with whom we are now working.”

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