Jackpot Digital has signed an agreement with Buffalo Bill’s Casino Resort which will see it install two Jackpot Blitz electronic table games in the Nevada casino.
Jackpot Digital is a supplier of electronic games, which are particularly popular in the cruise ship and regulated casino industries. It specializes in poker, casino and bingo multiplayer games and has a wide range of backend tools for the use of its operators.
Buffalo Bill’s is one of three locations operated by Affinity Gaming Group-owned Primm Valley Casino Resorts. The company also operates the Primm Valley and Whiskey Pete’s casino resorts. All three venues are located in Primm, Nevada, a community close to Las Vegas.
Jackpot Digital CEO and President Jake Kalpakian said: “We are excited to be working with Buffalo Bill’s Casino Resort, our first official agreement signed with a Nevada property.
“Buffalo Bill’s is yet another new casino added to our growing list of customers, and Nevada is clearly a key addition to our growing roster of new jurisdictions. We are confident Jackpot Blitz will have a large footprint in Nevada and expect to be in all markets, both large and small.”
Nevada has seen a strong opening financial H1 so far for 2022. The Silver State reported $1.3bn in revenue for May, a 6% year-on-year increase. Clark County contributed strongly to this performance with a 7% rise that took it to $1.12bn revenue in May.
Both Primm and Las Vegas are located in Clark County. It’s worth noting that other counties in Nevada did not perform as well, with North Las Vegas seeing a year-on-year revenue drop of 5% and Laughlin a 3% decline in revenue.