(By Balaseshan) Bally Technologies Inc. (NYSE: BYI), which manufactures advanced technology-based gaming devices, said it has agreed to provide 650 video-lottery terminals (VLTs) in Saskatchewan.
This contract award follows a competitive procurement process. The Bally VLTs will be compliant with Gaming Standards Association (GSA) G2S protocols and provide state-of-the-art gaming features including the iDeck touch-screen programmable button deck.
Earlier this year, the Atlantic Lottery Corp., which operates lottery games in New Brunswick, Newfoundland, and Labrador, Nova Scotia and Prince Edward Island, also selected Bally as a key supplier of VLTs.
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"We are extremely honored to be selected as one of the vendors supplying the Saskatchewan market. Bally now supplies VLTs in five Canadian provinces, showing the company's continuing commitment to providing innovative technology for the Canadian gaming market," said Robert Parente, Vice President and Managing Director of Canada, Bally Technologies.
With a history dating back to 1932, Las Vegas-based Bally Technologies designs, manufactures, operates, and distributes advanced gaming devices, systems and technology solutions worldwide.
Bally's product line includes reel-spinning slot machines, video slots, wide-area progressives, interactive and mobile applications, and Class II, lottery, and central-determination games and platforms. Bally also offers an array of casino management, slot accounting, bonusing, cashless and table management solutions.
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BYI is trading up 0.24% at $46.01 on Wednesday. The stock has been trading between $36.93 and $51.16 for the past 52 weeks.