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U.S. based gaming supply giant WMS has announced that it has submitted an application for an interactive gaming license in Nevada.
Commenting on his company's application, WMS President Orrin J. Edidin said: “The filing of WMS’ interactive gaming application with the SGCB in Nevada represents an important milestone in our efforts to support our customers’ needs with a full array of products and managed services in the online and interactive arenas."
“WMS is committed to assisting our customers in establishing strong interactive gaming relationships with their patrons in the casino, at home or on their mobile devices."
“With the success and experience we have in online and interactive gaming -- through our UK-based Jackpot Party.com online casino; our popular Lucky Cruise social casino found on Facebook and our classic slot content for mobile and other casual play users -- WMS is well positioned to help our customers move forward with confidence.”