AGS partners with Three Rivers Casino in Oregon

December 13, 2023
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The deal also marks the US launch of Bonus Spin Xtreme on a craps table.

AGS has partnered with Three Rivers Casino Resort in Florence, Oregon, supplying an AGS-exclusive table games floor. 

The AGS products included in Three Rivers’ upgrade included the installation of 12 of AGS’ progressive systems Bonus Spin Xtreme, which links all table games on the floor to form a single progressive jackpot. 

This is the first Bonus Spin Xtreme progressive in Oregon and marks the first launch of Bonus Spin Xtreme on a craps table in the country. 

Within the resort, AGS premium felt games such as Jackpot Hold’Em, 3 Card and Dealer Open Pai Gow were installed, alongside blackjack side bets, Lucky Lucky and Buster Blackjack.

AGS’ single-deck shuffler, Pax S, has also been installed, in an Oregon casino for the first time, at each card table in the Three Rivers Casino. 

Three Rivers Casino Director of Gaming Rick Ray said: “For years, manufacturers have poured significant innovation into their slot products. It’s commendable to see AGS elevate table games to a new level with Bonus Spin Xtreme. Our guests have already embraced the game with jackpots totaling over $125,000 in the first month.”  

AGS SVP and GM, Tables, John Hemberger added: “Our partnership with Three Rivers is a testament to how we continue to innovate and broaden our product catalog, enhance the technology in our table game product portfolio, and achieve the right amount of depth to be able to fully outfit the table games floor.  

“As a company, we feel more energized than ever to continue to push the envelope with what’s possible in the tables space and help casino operators deliver a superior experience to their players.” 


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