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IGT Captures More Than 40 percent of gaming machine floor share at Black Spade Casino at Aloft Hotel Panamá

International Game Technology PLC announced today that it has captured more than 40 percent of gaming machine floor share at the recently opened Black Spade Casino at Aloft Hotel Panamá. The installation is comprised of 148 IGT slot machines, including 30 Premium titles, the largest single-site installation of the Company’s Premium games in Central America.

“When developing Black Spade Casino we knew that we needed to fill our casino with IGT games to create the most exciting gaming destination in Panama,” said Mario Palafox, Black Spade Casino General Manager. “By offering players new-to-the-region Premium games such as Wheel of Fortune® Wild Wedges, Dragon’s Temple and Gong Xi Fa Cai, along with other IGT content and cabinets, we are confidently delivering engaging casino experiences that appeal to a broad demographic of players.”

“Black Spade Casino is introducing players in the region to some of IGT’s most internationally celebrated games and cabinets,” said Brigitte Campbell, IGT Sales Manager Central America. “We look forward to a continued partnership with Black Spade Casino as it leverages IGT’s best-in-class gaming solutions to drive player excitement and loyalty while differentiating its casino floor.”

In addition to IGT Premium themes, the S3000®, CrystalDual®, prodiGI Vu™ and OXYGEN™ cabinets and content are among the many IGT products that patrons may now enjoy at Black Spade Casino.
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