Galaxy Gaming to deliver operating system to Carnival Cruise fleet

September 26, 2023

More than 50 Carnival ships will offer Galaxy Gaming table games and progressive jackpots.

Galaxy Gaming has teamed up with Carnival Corporation to deliver its Galaxy Operating System (GOS) to more than 50 ships within the Carnival Cruise fleet.

Players can access Galaxy Gaming table games and progressive jackpots on ships that include Carnival Cruise Line, Holland America Line and Princess Cruises.

Galaxy Gaming has currently installed its recently released next-generation game management system on 20 cruise ships. Its operating system features LED sensors, progressive jackpot options and digital tracking.

Company President and CEO Todd Cravens commended Carnival for its contribution to the travel and leisure industry and said Galaxy is thrilled to collaborate with the cruise line.

He commented, “Carnival Corporation is a global leader in providing first-class experiences for their guests and our continued collaboration is a testament to our shared focus.

“We’re thrilled that the deployment of our GOS system will deliver the best-in-class progressive experience and world-famous content to their casino players fleet-wide.”

Carnival Corporation SVP of Global Casino Operations Marty Goldman discussed the company’s business model and said, “Our vision at Carnival Corporation is to deliver unforgettable happiness by providing extraordinary cruise vacations to millions of guests.

“To that end, the Galaxy Operating System will help us create a table game experience that is second to none, ramping up the fun, excitement and rewards more than ever before. We expect the new games to be an instant hit with our guests.”


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