New York-listed Scientific Games has rolled out its Fusion Hybrid electronic table game terminals in New Hampshire for the first time at Eureka Casino Resorts’ Greyhound Casino and Tavern in Seabrook.
The supplier has installed 15 Fusion Hybrid table game seats at the recently re-opened venue, creating a stadium gaming setup where player terminals are connected to live dealer podiums at the front of the stadium arena.
“We’re thrilled to be the first casino in New Hampshire to provide Scientific Games' ultra-modern table game technology to our guests,” said Eureka Casinos chief operating officer Andre Carrier. “Stadium style games have been a huge hit in other casinos across the country because they appeal to a wide range of players. As a result, we wanted to make the Scientific Games Fusion Hybrid games available here in New Hampshire.”
Fusion Hybrid connects players with up to four live table games from one player terminal. A touchscreen displaying four colored tabs lets players switch between and view live outcomes from each available game.
In addition to baccarat, roulette and Stadium Blackjack, Fusion Hybrid also features games such as sic bo, Stadium Casino War, and Stadium Three Card Poker.
“We are very excited to deploy the first dealer-assisted electronic table game installation in the state of New Hampshire at the newly remodeled Greyhound Casino & Tavern,” said Scientific Games ETG product director Chris Wester. “Fusion Hybrid, with its encompassed titles, has become a player-favorite across the country and we look forward to seeing the results at Greyhound.”
Greyhound Casino and Tavern was re-opened in April after being acquired by Nevada-based Eureka Casino Resort in February. The venue donates 35 per cent of all casino revenue to local charities, and features a 90,000 square foot facility that offers simulcast racing seven days a week.
Shares in Scientific Games Corporation (NSQ:SGMS) closed in New York Thursday at $19.77 per share, down 2.32 per cent.