Dynamic Gaming Solutions completes Wisconsin and New Mexico installments

June 13, 2023
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Its CEO said the achievement is a major milestone for the company.

Dynamic Gaming Solutions (DGS) has finished its initial installations in Wisconsin and New Mexico. The completed projects highlight the company’s continued desire to offer quality services to local communities, as well as updated gaming technology to its established partners.

Part of its New Mexico expansion included finishing an installation at Taos Mountain Casino. The Taos Pueblo Tribal nation owns and operates the casino.

DGS said Taos Mountain Casino anticipates additional gaming floor growth in the upcoming weeks. The casino could soon gain a 5-seat automated Spintec table that offers roulette, along with virtual blackjack.

Dynamic Gaming Solutions said it is committed to becoming involved in the communities it serves by hiring local employees for its new offices and facilities.

DGS CEO Mark Larson discussed the group’s latest project, calling it “a significant milestone.”

He commented, “These new installations represent a significant milestone for DGS, allowing us to bring our unrivaled localized service and top-tier gaming solutions to our partners in New Mexico and Wisconsin."

Legendary Waters Resort & Casino is owned and operated by the Red Cliff Band of Lake Superior Chippewa.

Gaming Operations Manager Anthony Sierra said, "Working with Dynamic Gaming was a great experience. They are true professionals and will help any business grow." 

DGS was founded in 2016. During the last several years, the company has grown to provide and distribute gaming solutions throughout the US casino market. In just the last year alone, DGS has expanded into 21 casinos, 16 gaming jurisdictions and five new states.

Last year, the company extended its reach into five states.


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