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VGT Uses Innocore

Class II slot manufacturer Video Gaming Technologies signed an agreement with U.K.- based Innocore Gaming under which new VGT games will incorporate an exclusive Innocore DPX hardware platform.

Under the agreement, Innocore will develop a custom DPX-S420 hardware platform based on the specific requirements of VGT in current and future markets.

“We have looked at various suppliers in the market,” said Jon Yarbrough, CEO and founder of VGT. “There are only a few good ones for this mission. We found Innocore’s offering to be the most attractive to us at this time. They have proven product capability, and a good price/performance ratio.

“We have been dealing with Innocore for a longer period and they have developed a good understanding of our specific needs, working closely with our engineering team. The communication has always taken place well within our comfort zone and we are looking forward to the next steps in this exciting project.”

Edward Price, managing director of Innocore, added, “The agreement with VGT is a significant one for Innocore and a great reference for some of our key selling points-reliability, know-how of the gaming industry and a proactive approach to customer service. Our global footprint provides support for VGT in North America, on both technical and operational matters. We are very pleased to be working with such a key player as VGT and we look forward to a successful partnership over the coming year.”

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