Ainsworth Game Technology has installed its Historical Horse Racing System (HHR) and 100 machines at The Brook in Seabrook, New Hampshire.
This marks the first time such a system has been used in the recently opened New Hampshire market. In addition, the site will see several other partners’ machines being installed. This includes Aristocrat , IGT, Konami Gaming and Light & Wonder, all of which will connect to Ainsworth’s System.
Players at The Brook will have access to a full suite of Ainsworth’s content on terminals such as the A-START Curve, A-STAR Dual Screen, A600 Slant Top and A640. Game titles included are the QuickSpin brand and machines based on PAC-MAN arcade game characters.
The games involved have been specifically created for Historical Horse Racing and subsequently approved by gaming and racing commissions.
Ainsworth CCO Deron Hunsberger commented: “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.”
Recently, Ainsworth published its financial update for the start of this current year. The company reported a 40% increase in revenue for H1 compared to the same period last year, reaching AU$100.7m ($72.3m).
This increase could be in part due to the partnerships Ainsworth created in the latter parts of 2021. For example, it signed a long-term partnership agreement with Caesars Entertainment in New Jersey which led to a selection of its games being shown on a range of Caesars platforms such as CaesarsCasino.com, HarrahsCasino.com and WSOP.com.
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