Gaming Technology Group (GTG) has received unanimous approval from the Nevada Gaming Commission for its new EPIC 2000 multi-game machine, which features eight video keno games and six video poker variations. GTG’s new game completes a multi-year development cycle and approval effort.
GTG had previously received a unanimous recommendation for approval from the Nevada Gaming Control Board.
“It’s good to see that you’re anticipating needs and filling voids,” said Commissioner Ogonna Brown during the Nevada Gaming Commission meeting. “That’s probably the key to your success.”
Scott Cox, chief operations officer, and James Rathbun, director of product development, represented GTG at the Nevada Gaming meeting.
“This is a major step forward for Gaming Technology Group in the Nevada market,” said Cox. “We would like to thank our field-trial partners, Station Casinos and Golden Gaming, for their continued support of our game.”
Gaming Technology Group is a Nevada-based gaming company with offices in Las Vegas and Reno and more than 180 products with its route systems installed throughout Nevada. The company also is a licensed manufacturer and distributor of the EPIC 2000 game in California, and is licensed by numerous tribal gaming entities in the state.