Scientific Games acquires Tech Art

US-based company Scientific Games continues to deal, as Tech Art became its latest addition.

US.- Three months after revealing the deal, Scientific Games has finally acquired Tech Art. The blackjack hole-card reader specialists will now operate under the US company’s control, along with several other recently-bought companies.

The acquisition will now bring Tech Art’s MAXTime4H product – as well as the proprietary table games Super Fun 21 and Bet the Bust – into the Scientific Games portfolio.

Scientific Games noted that the MAXTime 4H product will help casinos across the world increase the speed of play and strengthen the security of blackjack games.

Derik Mooberry, group chief executive, gaming, at Scientific Games, said: “This acquisition is yet another example of our continued investment in solutions that help the company better partner with our casino customers and offer the broadest portfolio of innovative products in the industry.”

Scientific Games announced on January 5 of this year that the purchase of NYX Gaming Group was finally completed. The €526 million deal was approved by NYX shareholders on December 20 2017 and its shares were delisted from the TSX Venture Exchange a week after the operation was completed.

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