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September 29, 2020

The platform offers the low table game minimum bet

TableMAX and CES sign manufacturing agreement

(US).- The developer of electronic table games (ETG), TableMAX Gaming, announced that it has signed a turnkey manufacturing agreement with Creative Electronics and Software (CES) to produce complete TableMAX Systems.

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We are pleased to partner with CES as demand for our product continues to increase," said Stephen Crystal, CEO of TableMAX. "CES gives us the ability to provide significant quantities of TableMAX ETGs and will enable us to easily meet the growing demand from our customers each month."

CES has scalable facilities with the capacity to take production from 10 to 50 TableMAX systems per month. CES is headquartered in South Elgin, Illinois, and maintains an assembly plant in Las Vegas.

"We are proud to be chosen by TableMAX to manufacture their innovative ETG systems," said Robert Kowalski, President of CES. "This promises to be a great long-term partnership of CES's manufacturing capabilities - which emphasizes high-quality electronic and mechanical product assembly and testing - and TableMAX's top-shelf gaming products and growing reach."

TableMAX's unique electronic versions of the popular table games Progressive Blackjack, Caribbean Stud Poker and Caribbean Draw Poker provide players a fun and relaxed community gaming experience through realistic graphics and digitally mastered sound.

The TableMAX platform offers the low table game minimum bet with bets starting at us$ 1 and features the company's proprietary optional 50 cent side-bet allowing players the opportunity to win life-changing progressive jackpots.

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