able games were approved for Pennsylvania's casinos earlier this year and currently nine casinos are open and operating out of a total of fourteen authorized. The first casino added table games in early July and now all nine casinos are offering table games.
Dean Barnett, Regional Sales Manager for Galaxy Gaming reported he was delighted with the approval. "The demand for our products has been incredible. I have been in contact with all nine casinos in Pennsylvania and so far, eight of the nine have requested our side bet Lucky Ladies representing about 150 tables. I would estimate the majority of those to go live within 60 days. And that was for just one of our games! We expect more of our games to be approved shortly which should result in additional placements."
Robert Saucier, Galaxy Gaming's Chief Executive Officer noted, "First of all, I want to thank the Pennsylvania Gaming Control Board and particularly their professional and cordial staff for their supportive cooperation during this process. With their nine casinos geographically spread throughout the state, Pennsylvania is already considered a "mid-major" gaming market. But with its immense population base, the planned expansion and a supportive state government, it possesses the opportunity to grow into a major gaming market."