Dynamic Gaming Solutions opens new office in Spokane, Washington

December 20, 2023
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The office was opened on December 1, 2023 and DGS has now sent out an official release to Gaming America.

Supplier Dynamic Gaming Solutions (DGS) has announced the opening of its new office located at 1602 S. Williams Ln Suite C, Spokane, WA 99224.  

The office was opened at the start of this month and was part of the company’s ongoing strategy to embed sales and service operations directly in the markets they serve, to support a localized approach and enhance its customer service even further. 

Within the facility will be a team including sales, operations and technical service staff, serving Washington, Idaho, Western Montana and Wyoming. There will also be a showroom and warehouse for storing Electronic Gaming Devices (EGMs), gaming products, parts and other supplies. 

This new office is part of DGS’s aim to bring “world-class gaming and tailored customer service to local markets across the country.” The company also plans on opening more offices during 2024.  

CEO of Dynamic Gaming Solutions, Mark Larson, said: "By having a base in Spokane, we are expanding our geographic footprint - reinforcing our dedication to creating deeper partnerships and offering unparalleled access to the latest in global gaming entertainment.” 

It was only in May that the company launched a new office in Albuquerque, New Mexico, which acts as a delivery service hub across New Mexico and Arizona. 

Furthermore, back in June, DGS completed initial installations in Wisconsin and New Mexico.


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