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September 25, 2021

The company would invest us$ 32 million in the city of Chennai

Bally plans second studio in India to develop gaming software

(India).- The Chennai-based Bally Technologies India Private Ltd, the 100 per cent subsidiary of Bally Technologies, plans to set up its second studio to develop gaming software from India for the global market


he Chief Operating Officer of Bally Technologies, Gavin Isaacs, told local newspaper The Hindu that the second studio would help produce more gaming software for Bally's global market. The company would be investing over us$32 million this year.

Recently, the Indian company had developed the first game and its software in its studio. This game “Chinese Kitchen” was released during the recently held International Casino Exhibition (ICE) in London.

Isaacs, who was in India for the inauguration of the facility, said with the opening of the second studio, the Indian company would be in a position to produce eight games in a year.

So far, Bally had invested over us$16 million in India since it started its operations in October 2005.

At present, about 80 per cent of the total work done by Bally Technologies India was on casino management systems and the rest in developing gaming software. The ratio would be equal in three years, Isaacs said.

Bally Technologies has two major lines of businesses - developing gaming software and casino management systems - catering to regulated gaming markets across the world.

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