Jackpot Digital and Isleta Resort and Casino sign two-table deal

June 5, 2024
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The company obtained the required licensing approvals from Pueblo of Isleta Gaming Regulatory Agency.

The Isleta Resort and Casino will see two of Jackpot Digital’s dealerless poker machines be installed in its casino after agreeing to a deal with the manufacturer. Isleta Casino and Resort is located in Albuquerque, New Mexico while being owned and operated by the Isleta Band of Indians. 

“We are excited about our new partnership with Jackpot Digital. Their state-of-the-art and innovative products create a unique, diverse and revolutionary gaming environment for properties that host both traditional and electronic games,” Isleta Casino and Resort COO Adrianna Jiron said. 

“We are always looking into different ways in which to capture new gaming audiences, and we believe these amazing gaming products will encourage people to want to get into the sport of poker.”

Jackpot Digital managed to successfully obtain the required licensing approvals from Pueblo of Isleta Gaming Regulatory Agency, the regulator for Isleta Resort & Casino. The destination is one of the largest resort casinos in the state of New Mexico, with 100,000 square feet of gaming space. 

The manufacturer is currently installing orders at tribal and commercial casinos, mainly in North America and certain international jurisdictions. Jackpot Digital is also in discussions with casino groups similar to Isleta Resort & Casino, and has hopes of expanding its order book soon. 

Jackpot Digital machines are currently in US territories such as California, Louisiana, Michigan, Minnesota, Mississippi, Montana, Oregon, Saskatchewan, US Virgin Islands and Washington as well as being installed on several cruise ships. 

Jackpot Digital’s cruise ship customers include Carnival Cruises, Princess Cruises, Holland America, AIDA and Costa Cruises.


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