Jackpot Digital to install Jackpot Blitz ETGs at Gray Wolf Peak Casino

November 27, 2023

The suppler received its license from the Confederated Salish & Kootenai Tribes Tribal Gaming Commission.

Jackpot Digital, supplier for the cruise ship and land-based regulated casino industries, has received its licence to install machines at the Gray Wolf Pack Casino, based in Montana.

The supplier received licensing approval from the Confederated Salish & Kootenai Tribes Tribal Gaming Commission, which regulated the Gray Wolf Peak Casino in Missoula, Montana.

This was the final step before Jackpot Digital could install its casino machines at Gray Wolf Peak Casino, with the company now scheduling installation of its Jackpot Blitz ETGs at the property. Each new table will represent additional monthly recurring revenue for the company.

As well as Jackpot's cruise ship customers, which include Carnival Cruises, Virgin Voyages, Princess Cruises, Holland America, AIDA and Costa Cruises, Jackpot has announced land-based installations or orders in 12 states and territories in the US.

These include: California, Kansas, Louisiana, Michigan, Minnesota, Mississippi, Montana, Nevada, Oregon, South Dakota, US Virgin Islands, Washington, on top of a number of international jurisdictions.

The company highlights that it “specializes in dealerless poker which is complemented by a robust suite of backend tools for casino operators to efficiently control and optimize their poker business.”

Last week, Jackpot Digital announced that it had received license approval in California from the Jackson Rancheria Tribal Gaming Agency in order to install its Jackpot Blitz electronic table games (ETGs), which can be played at the Jackson Rancheria Casino Resort.

Jackpot Digital also appeared in the November/December edition of Gaming America magazine, discussing its 'dealerless' products.


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