Australian gaming supplier Aristocrat Leisure has installed its land-based tribal lottery system (TLS) in the US state of Washington for the first time.

Through a partnership with the Tulalip Tribe of Washington, the supplier’s first TLS games have gone live at the Tulalip Resort Casino and Quil Ceda Creek Casino, including titles Birds of Pay, Buffalo Gold Collection, Wild Lepre'Coins and Wild Panda Gold.

The games are the first in a series of titles Aristocrat plans to bring to the state over the next year.

"We are very excited to bring these new games to Tulalip, Quil Ceda, and Washington State,” said Aristocrat Technologies senior vice president, marketing and gaming operations Siobhan Lane. “We have worked diligently to create new games based on player-favorite titles that fully comply with TLS regulations, and we are grateful to the Tulalip Tribe of Washington for their sponsorship and encouragement throughout this process.

"Our product road map is strong and includes many titles from our Core product portfolio that players enjoy. We are committed to the Washington market and are excited to support our customers with a wide range of player-favorite titles.”

Tulalip Resort Casino slots director Don Hegnes commented: "We are excited for the Tulalip/Aristocrat partnership and what it means to the Washington market. Aristocrat has established solid product performance and will bring a superior library of content for our guests' enjoymen.”

Quil Ceda Creek Casino slots director Belinda Hegnes added: "Tulalip Resort Casino and Quil Ceda Creek Casino are excited to be the first properties to introduce Aristocrat cabinets and games into the Washington market. Since the first install, our guests continue to embrace the product.”

Shares in Aristocrat Leisure Limited (ASX:ALL) closed up marginally by 0.47 per cent at AUD$21.50 per share in Sydney earlier Friday.

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