Interblock Installs Multi-Game Stadium at Oneida Casino in Wisconsin

Luxury gaming manufacturer and electronic table game (ETG) market leader Interblock® has announced the placement of a nine-seat Diamond Stadium and six-seat Diamond Craps at Oneida Casino in Green Bay, Wisconsin. The additional games bring Interblock’s total footprint to more than twenty seats on Oneida Casino’s floor.

“We are thrilled to provide Oneida’s guests with a fresh and exciting table gaming experience. This Stadium environment creates the perfect introduction to Blackjack, Roulette, and Craps for new players while giving experienced players even more variety,” said Rick Riehm, VP of Sales, Eastern U.S., Interblock.

The fully automated ETG section provides new and existing players with an innovative way to experience table games. Within the Diamond Stadium, patrons can play up to three games at a time including Craps, Multi-hand Blackjack and Roulette, and wager on exciting side bets. Three wall-mounted LCD monitors display trends, game progress, live results and a Virtual Dealer for Multi-hand Blackjack.

“We at Oneida Casino are very excited to offer this new gaming experience to our guests.  This combination of Roulette, Craps, and Blackjack, presented in such a unique and engaging way, is something that we anticipate will really connect with players. We also deliberately positioned these new games in their own space, creating a casino within a casino. We at Oneida Casino are always striving to set ourselves apart from our competitors, and this new electronic table games stadium concept is a compelling addition to our operation,” said David Emerson, Slot Director, Oneida Casino.

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