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Ainsworth Game Technology has successfully installed its award-winning Historical Horse Racing System (HHR) and 100 machines at The Brook in Seabrook, N.H.

It marks the first time HHR machines have been utilized in the recently opened New Hampshire market. Several integrated partners’ machines – including Aristocrat Gaming, IGT, Konami Gaming and Light & Wonder – will also be installed and connected to Ainsworth’s System.

Players at The Brook will have access to a full suite of Ainsworth’s top performing content on several unique terminals including the A-STAR Curve, A-STAR Dual Screen, A600 Slant Top and A640. Titles immediately available include top performers from Ainsworth’s extensive HHR library, such as the player favorite QuickSpin brand, machines based on the iconic PAC-MAN arcade game character and High Denomination offerings.

The titles and platforms have been specifically engineered for Historical Horse Racing, certified by an independent testing lab, and approved by applicable gaming and racing commissions.

“Our Historical Horse Racing System continues to be the industry leader in HHR. Our installations across the county have been extremely successful and it’s exciting to be live in New Hampshire with The Brook,” Deron Hunsberger, Chief Commercial Officer at Ainsworth, said.

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