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Bally Technologies launches apps; Intralot receives Athens SE award; DEQ Systems’ annual revenue fiures

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Bally Intralot DEQCasino solution provider Bally Technologies may be busy prepping for its record breaking World’s Largest Slot Machine Tournament event in California this month, but that hasn’t got in the way of the company launching four new titles to its library of “play-for-fun” mobile applications.

A statement released by the company today stated that the four games, named Cash Wizard, Golden Pharaoh, Fireball, and Betty Boop’s Love Meter, are all based on full-size casino versions.

Bally’s Vice President of Marketing, Dan Savage, said: “Cash Wizard, Golden Pharaoh, Fireball, and Betty Boop’s Love Meter are all standouts on casino floors. With bonus features, outstanding interactive-gameplay, trailblazing play mechanics, and a GPS-enabled locator feature to help players find the real slot in a nearby casino, these apps are also standouts among mobile casino games.”

The apps are available to download now from iTunes for iPhone, iPod touch and iPad. The additional of these four games means theres now nine apps available for download, which have in total been downloaded more than 92,000 times in just over a year.

 

Gaming supplier ΙΝTRALOT has been distinguished amongst companies listed on the Athens Stock Exchange, receiving the “Best Company in the International Market” award in the context of the “Money Business Awards”.

While receiving the award, INTRALOT’s Group Strategic Planning Director, Mr. Elias Athanasiou, said: “Extroversion has always been in the core of INTRALOT’s business philosophy. International operations contributed more than 1 billion euro to the Group’s turnover, or 93% of total revenues. Having the most highly skilled human capital, INTRALOT is investing in Research and Development continuously introducing innovative products and services”.

 

After issuing stock options at the beginning of December last year, Tablet game technology providers DEQ Systems has announced the filing of its annual financial results for the year ending November 30, 2011.

Here are the results highlights:

  • 82% increase in direct leasing revenue from $1,436,000 in 2010 to $2,615,000 in 2011.
  • 92% compound annual growth rate of direct leasing revenue over the last three years.
  • 4% decrease in total revenue from $4,854,000 in 2010 to $4,647,000 in 2011 which includes the $704,000 loss of royalties from the end of the Severn Contract.
  • 81% gross margin in 2011 which was comparable to previous year.

A conference call will be held on Friday, February 3, 2012 at 11am EST to present and discuss these results, the company stated.

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