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Bally provides Vegas-style slots to Florida tribe
Friday, January 25, 2008 at 2:28:15 PM
Bally Technologies, Inc. , a leader in slots, video machines, casino management systems and networked solutions for the global gaming industry, today announced that it has signed a three-year operating agreement with the Seminole Tribe of Florida to provide an initial order of 2,000 new Class III gaming machines for the Seminole's seven casinos in Florida.
Bally's agreement is part of the Seminole Tribe's initial Class III gaming machine order following the Monday, January 7, 2008, approval of a new compact between the U.S. Department of the Interior and Florida Governor Charlie Crist that allows Las Vegas-style slot machines and card games at the Seminole's gaming facilities in Tampa, Hollywood, Immokalee, Coconut Creek, Brighton, and Big Cypress.
"Bally has been a key strategic partner of the Seminole Tribe for a number of years," said James Allen, Chief Executive Officer of Seminole Gaming. "We have been impressed with Bally's momentum in both games and systems and are pleased they will be playing an important part in our introduction of Las Vegas-style slot machines with the placement of an initial order of 2,000 games."
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