Gaming Arts receives quadruple Pop’N Pays regulatory approval

American electronic gaming machine developer, Gaming Arts, has announced that regulators in the states of Oklahoma, Oregon, California and Florida have become the first to approve a pair of new titles in its Pop’N Pays collection of video slot-like games.

Class III concerns:

The Las Vegas-headquartered firm used an official Wednesday press release to explain that the Big Top and Pinatas Ole games represent its first foray into Class III land-based gaming and will now be offered to players in the four disparate states via its Phocus family of upright and hybrid cabinets.

Outstanding orders:

Established in 2009, Gaming Arts detailed that the recent regulatory approvals mean that it will now be able to fulfill a record-breaking 400 orders for its Pop’N Pays innovations in hopes of completing all deliveries by the end of the year.

Unique offering:

Mike Dreitzer, President for the company, declared via the press release that his firm’s Pop’N Pays line has been designed to offer players ‘an exciting and playful game experience’ by featuring an assortment of ‘colorful and interactive characters and symbols that ‘pop’ to award wins.’ He proclaimed that the titles moreover offer a range of free games features alongside customizable two and three-level progressive jackpot advances.

Progressive appeal:

The Nevada developer furthermore proclaimed that its Pop’N Pays games can be accommodated across casino floors of almost any size via a variety of pod and bank configurations while the firm’s linkable Rocket Rollup progressive jackpot advance offers an 7BALL ‘extremely high hit frequency that is available for low and high-denomination configurations.’

Dreitzer’s statement read…

“The launch of our first two Pop’N Pays video-reel slot titles signals a new era for Gaming Arts and is a significant milestone in our company’s history. We are thankful to our customer-partners for embarking on this journey with us. We look forward to a high level of performance by our new products that we are confident will be rewarding to operators and players alike.”

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