Jackpot Digital receives license from US Virgin Island Casino Control Commission

December 8, 2023
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Jackpot Blitz will be installed at Divi Carina Bay Resort Casino.

Manufacturer of dealerless multiplayer electronic poker tables for the cruise ship and land-based regulated casino industries, Jackpot Digital, has received licensing approval from the US Virgin Island Casino Control Commission. 

This vendor’s license was the final step needed for the company to install its dealerless Jackpot Blitz ETGs at the Divi Carina Bay Resort Casino, which is located in Christiansted, St Croix, United Staes Virgin Islands. 

The installation of the tables will help bring extra monthly recurring revenue to Jackpot, on top of the other installations it already has in several locations. 

On top of Jackpot’s cruise ship customers, which includes Carnival Cruises, Virgin Voyages, Princess Cruises, Holland America, AIDA and Costa Cruises, Jackpot has announced land-based installation orders in 12 states and territories in the US, as well as a number of international jurisdictions. 

This latest approval marks yet another key expansion of Jackpot’s products, having received approval on two other licenses towards the end of last month. 

The Jackson Rancheria Casino Resort is now home to three of the Jackpot Blitz tables, after the company received license approval in California from the Jackson Rancheria Tribal Gaming.

Meanwhile, the Confederated Salish & Kootenai Tribes Tribal Gaming Commission approved a license for Jackpot Digital to install machines at the Gray Wolf Peak Casino in Montana. 


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