PlayAGS gains regulatory approval for Colorado and Missouri markets

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PlayAGS has gained receipt of a pair of regulatory approvals that will swell its retail footprint across a slew of land-based casino establishments.

This will see the supplier of slot, table, and interactive products and services take its portfolio of electronic gaming machines and table products to casino operators in Colorado and Missouri.

The group has noted that these latest market entrances “marks a significant milestone” for the company amid an overarching ambition of becoming “a top-tier gaming supplier in North America”

This move into the aforementioned pair of jurisdictions comes hot on the heels of the company’s launch of its latest portrait cabinet, Spectra UR43, featuring the Triple Coin Treasures game family. This will be among the first set of deployments across the pair.

Across Colorado, AGS will take its land-based products to Century Casino & Hotel Central City, Golden Nugget Cripple Creek, and Monarch Casino Resort Spa Black Hawk

Players in Missouri will find the group in Horseshoe St. Louis, River City Casino Hotel, Hollywood Casino St. Louis, Argosy Casino Hotel & Spa, Harrah’s Kansas City, Bally’s Kansas City Casino, and Ameristar Casino Hotel Kansas City.

“Getting licensed in these two important jurisdictions is a meaningful piece of AGS’ overall growth strategy, in combination with the investments we have made in hiring top talent within R&D and expanding our game studios worldwide,” said Mark DeDeaux, AGS Senior Vice President and General Manager of Slots. 

“We are pleased to be able to offer our high-performing, chart-topping new products to customers in both the Colorado and Missouri markets.”

In August, PlayAGS achieved growth across all three business segments in the second quarter of 2023, resulting in a “record-setting” financial performance.

AGS declared a 17 per cent increase in revenue year-over-year to $89.8m (Q2 2022: $76.6m) as electronic gaming machines, table products and interactive all grew in comparison to the previous year.