Jackpot Digital to install two dealerless table games at Odawa Casino Resort

January 19, 2024
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The deal is subject to regulatory approval.

Jackpot Digital has signed a licensing agreement with Odawa Casino Resort in Michigan to bring in two of its Jackpot Blitz dealerless poker electronic table games.

Jackpot is set to install its machines in the casino, pending customary licensing and regulatory approvals.

Jackpot Blitz is compatible with most casino management systems. The machine features direct cash-in and tick-out functionality. It also supports the slot accounting system (SAS) protocol.

Within the last few months, Jackpot Blitz has passed all scheduled testing and earned multiple certifications from Gaming Labs International (GLI).

Jackpot said in a statement, “Each new table installed shall represent additional monthly recurring revenue to the company.”

In other company news, Jackpot recently received a vendor license in Minnesota from Mille Lacs Band of Ojibwe Garming Regulatory Authority. The approval paves the way for Jackpot Digital to install its casino machines at Grand Casino Mille Lacs.

The Grand Casino Mille Lacs Hotel is known as one of the largest casino hotels in the state and offers its guests 494 rooms along with a casino gaming floor. Its grand arcade features more than 80 games.

Jackpot Digital was founded in 1999. Since its debut, the electronic table games manufacturer and mobile gaming provider has expanded its land-based reach throughout the US and is present in California, Kansas, Louisiana, Michigan, Minnesota, Mississippi, Montana, Nevada, Oregon, South Dakota, US Virgin Islands and Washington.

The company also provides machines and electronic table games to several cruise ships, including Carnival Cruises, Virgin Voyages, Princess Cruises, Holland America, AIDA and Costa Cruises.


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