Jackpot Digital to install dealerless ETGs at Jackson Rancheria Casino Resort

November 23, 2023

The supplier's Jackpot Blitz ETGs were approved for a license recently by the Jackson Rancheria Tribal Gaming Agency.

Jackpot Digital has received license approval in California from the Jackson Rancheria Tribal Gaming Agency; the final necessary measure for installation of Jackpot Blitz electronic table games (ETGs). The three Jackpot Blitz tables will be playable at the Jackson Rancheria Casino Resort.

The games will be part of the company’s next generation of dealerless ETGs. Jackpot Digital has stated that each new table will generate added, recurring monthly revenue for Jackson Rancheria’s Casino Resort.

The company currently has its products installed in 12 US states and territories total, with dealerless ETGs in Kansas, Louisiana, Michigan, Mississippi, Montana, Nevada, Minnesota, Oregon, South Dakota, Washington and the US Virgin Islands in addition to California.

Jackpot also often works to install its ETGs on popular cruise ships’ gaming floors, and has partnered with cruise operators such as: Carnival Cruises, Virgin Voyages, Princess Cruises, Holland America, Costa Cruises and more.

Gaming America recently spoke with Jackpot Digital’s Mathieu McDonald as part of our recent November/December issue to see how dealerless tables differ from traditional table games, as well as other ETGs.

The company calls itself a, “positive disruptor of the casino business” and asserts that going dealerless benefits casinos by reducing staffing costs as well as providing extra opportunity for mini games.

The Jackson Ranhcheria Casino Resort is owned and operated by the Jackson Rancheria Band of Miwuk Indians and currently includes 28 table games including: blackjack, four-card and three-card poker, DJ Wild, Ultimate Texas Hold’Em, mini-baccarat, Pai Gow and more. The casino is also home to over 1,500 slot machines.


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