Gaming Arts’ Pop’N Pay slots now in Alberta

Gaming Arts’ Pop’N Pay slots now in Alberta

The Alberta Gaming, Liquor, and Cannabis Commission announced that it has completed the installation of Gaming Arts Pop’N Pays slots across multiple casinos in Alberta, Canada.

Gaming Arts’ Real-Money Games in Alberta

The Deal – With the installation done, Alberta has just become the first Canadian Province to install gaming machines that offer Gaming Arts’ most popular slot series. The milestone came off the back of Gaming Arts linking up with Bet Rite, which becomes the former’s exclusive Canadian representative and distributor. Part of the deal will see the Canadian operator cater full sales and service support in Alberta and across Canada. 

The Product – The Pop’N Pays games are known for their feature-rich elements and engaging game mechanics. Some of the components that have made the Gaming Arts game series among the standouts in many casino floors include player pop up wins, free game opportunities, and progressive jackpots.

For now, Pop’N Pay is only available in six Alberta casinos: Century Mile Racetrack and Casino, Cowboys Casino, Deerfoot Inn and Casino, Grey Eagle Resort and Casino, River Cree Resort and Casino, and Starlight Casino Edmonton.

Corporate Roadmap – Gaming Arts also disclosed plans to launch its next batch of slot titles across Canada later this year. Real-money slots such as Da Fa Ba, Dice Seeker, and the multi-game, Casino Wizard will soon be accessible to Canadian slot fanatics.

Quotes from the Press Release

Mike Dreitzer, CEO of Gaming Arts, said: “Gaming Arts is very appreciative of AGLC’s decision to launch our games in Alberta, for the first time anywhere in Canada. This is a true milestone for Gaming Arts and we are humbled by AGLC’s show of confidence in our product. We look forward to working with AGLC to earn more floor share across Alberta and all of Canada.”

Billy MacLellan, Bet Rite President, added: “We are very excited and grateful that AGLC is our first Canadian customer to introduce Gaming Arts slots to the Canadian market. We are confident that slot players in Alberta will enjoy these fun series of games for years to come.” 

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