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Elite Gaming Technologies

310 Windy Point Dr, Glendale Heights, IL 60139, United States

Elite Gaming Technology is part of the ELITE Corporation family, and is a leading designer and manufacturer of premium slot cabinets and advanced gaming components for Class II, Class III, VLT and other regulated game manufacturers worldwide.

EGS prides itself on pioneering designs: its services include innovative cabinet designs; custom branding and configuration solutions; electrical and mechanical engineering; cost reduction engineering; photo-realistic renderings; prototype development and full-scale production.

The company was incorporated in 2004 as a division of Elite Manufacturing Technologies (EMS), which was a precision sheet metal fabricator based in Illinois. Together with EMS and Elligre Systems, EGT makes up the ELITE corporation.

EGS’ products include high-grade, integrated stereo sound systems, RBG source controllers for custom light effects, and power management units.

In 2011, EGT was granted a manufacturer and distributor license from the Illinois Gaming Board (IGB) which allows it to distribute its video lottery terminals in the state. It currently supplies products to adult arcades primarily, and its attendance at G2E 2022 shows its rise in esteem in the industry.

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