DGS opens new regional hub in Nebraska

July 8, 2024
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The distributor has secured agreements to bring a library of slot titles and table games from manufacturers like Lighting Games and Spintec to the Omaha region.

Dynamic Gaming Solutions (DGS) has opened a new regional hub in Omaha, Nebraska to serve as a strategic center for the Nebraska, Iowa and Kansas markets DGS is currently in. 

This site will support a full local team including sales, operations and technical service professionals. It also features a showroom that will house operational slot machines, providing casino operators with a firsthand experience of the latest gaming solutions. The new hub will stock a wide range of gaming products, parts and supplies, enabling rapid responses to local needs.

Officially opening its doors on July 1, the construction of the office stems from the company’s growth-oriented mission and continued expansion, as DGS now covers over 130 gaming jurisdictions across 20 states. 

Throughout its journey, DGS has attempted to consistently prioritize a client-first approach, establishing local showrooms, technicians and sales teams to ensure every client receives personalized attention. 

“DGS believes that every property, regardless of size or income, deserves the best possible service and support. That’s why, against the trend of consolidation, we open local offices in the markets we enter,” DGS CEO Mark Larson said. 

“Our goal is to be an honest and dependable partner, offering consistent face-to-face support and rapid response time to our partners. We aim to be a one-stop shop, providing slot machines, systems, electronic table games, table game supplies, chips, cards, bases, chairs and any other needs our clients have.“

DGS has secured distribution agreements to bring a library of existing slot titles and table games from manufacturers such as Lighting Games and Spintec to the Omaha region, with plans to add additional manufacturing partnerships in the near future. 

DGS has said it is poised to expand its footprint into new territories, with announcements about further growth slated for early 2025.


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