Pennsylvania Gaming Control Board approves IGT’s Two Video Gaming Terminals for Truck Stops

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International Game Technology’s (IGT) video gaming terminals, CrystalDual 27 and CrystalSlant, have received approval from the Pennsylvania Gaming Control Board to be added in qualified truck stop locations throughout the State.

The approval positions IGT to build on its long-established gaming presence in Pennsylvania that encompasses slots and video poker games, casino management systems, iGaming, sports betting, and the video gaming central system.

The CrystalDual 27 is a high-performing, globally relevant cabinet that features a best-in-class operating system and dual high-definition 27-inch displays to create an immersive player experience. The CrystalSlant cabinet showcases a modern cabinet design with ergonomic comfort elements for players and a 27-inch high-definition screen.

“With the Pennsylvania Gaming Control Board’s approval for IGT’s market-attuned video gaming terminals, we can offer player-favorite games including Stinkin’ Rich, Red Hot Tamales!, and The Wild Life, to the State’s truck stop market. IGT has had great success in Pennsylvania across gaming verticals and channels, and we believe our innovative hardware and proven game content will drive incremental visitation to gaming venues there. We look forward to leveraging our decades of experience in the State to maximize this new opportunity,” Nick Khin, IGT Chief Operating Officer, Gaming, said.

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