New York-listed Scientific Games has agreed a new deal with Aspers Casino to supply its gaming product across all Aspers venues in the United Kingdom.
The new five contract between Aspers and Scientific Games' UK division SG Gaming has seen the supplier install additional units of its Riviera terminals across all four Aspers casinos, with the terminals featuring a full suite of leading B1 gaming content from SG Gaming's in-house content team.
Aspers venues in Stratford and Milton Keynes will also benefit from SG Gaming's new mystery progressive offering Jackpot Party, which offers a jackpot of up to £20,000 across linked in-venue terminals.
This will be followed next year by the roll out of SG's Equinox 2.7, a dynamic and modular HD gaming terminal.
"We're delighted to further our relationship with SG Gaming, with our customers already having enjoyed its extensive content offering and state-of-the-art terminals," said Mark Beattie, group head of electronic gaming at Aspers Casino.
"We strive to provide players with exciting new games and this partnership gives them access to a wider choice of popular titles, including Rainbow Riches and Black Knight, in a B1 gaming experience. We look forward to what's to come in the next five years, as we continue to see SG Gaming's ongoing dedication and investment in the UK Casino sector."
Simon Johnson, group commercial director of SG Gaming, added: "Following the success of the Riviera roll-out, we are thrilled to be able to further our relationship and continue to grow our footprint in the UK Casino sector by providing Aspers venues with our latest exciting Casino offering, including our Mystery Progressive and latest Equinox range.
"We are committed to innovation and supplying the Casino sector and its players with a flexible product and content offering that adds value to our customer’s retail gaming offer and provides the players with an entertaining and engaging gaming experience. It is wonderful to see Aspers and its customers benefitting from this and we are excited to be extending our partnership even further."
Shares in Scientific Games Corp. (NSQ:SGMS) closed in New York Monday at $30.35 per share, down 2.72 per cent.