CISION 3-23-2017

Century Gaming Technologies (Century), a distributed gaming operator with the largest gaming route in Montana and second largest in Nevada, announces today the acquisition of Grand Vision Gaming (GVG), a leading software developer and manufacturer of gaming devices. The acquisition creates a compelling advantage for the prominent gaming operator.

GVG’s custom software development will enhance the product content offerings on all gaming machines in Nevada manufactured by Century for its distributed gaming route, as well as Nevada customers outside of Century’s route. This changes the landscape of the traditional gaming operator allowing them an entry to pivot to a new customer base. – See more at: Century Gaming Technologies acquires Grand Vision Gaming

GAMING TODAY 1-17-2017

Timbers Hospitality Group owns and operates seven Timbers Bar & Grill locations throughout Las Vegas. They offer fun, friendly, neighborhood food and gaming and have won numerous awards for their food, including Best Bar Food eight times in the Las Vegas Review Journal’s “The Best of Las Vegas.”All Timbers utilize Gambler’s Bonus for their slot club with at least 15 machines at each location that offer video poker, slots and keno games. Gamblers Bonus (GB) players club is among the largest in the state, catering to taverns, bars, supermarkets and convenience stores throughout Nevada.GB members can earn and redeem points at any location. Their unique “two-bucket” point system allows earned points to be redeemed, while bonus points won via promotions are location-specific and can be redeemed at the location where they were won. Timbers offers many of their own specific gaming promotions as well as for football. They also sponsor an Annual Charity Golf Tournament.Unique to GB is its patented “card-less” log-in system, requiring only a member number and a PIN for access. One dollar coin-in equals one point (for video poker and video blackjack) and 1,000 points equal $1 in cash. Video keno and slot players always receive 2x points. Minimum cash out amount is $5. Cash is king with GB and players can cash out or play earned cash immediately upon redeeming. A unique feature with GB is that converted points can be cashed out for real cash at any time, unlike the non-cashable free play credits some other clubs use. – See more at: Timbers, 8-time winner of Vegas best bar food, has a great slot club

GAMING TODAY 4-19-2016

Ellis Island has its own separate slot club, the Passport Player’s Club (reviewed March 8, 2016.) Village Pubs, Casino Valle Verde and Yorky’s all are part of the popular Gamblers Bonus players club from Century Gaming Technologies.Players are awarded Gamblers Bonus (GB) points as they play that they can convert over to cash on their machine. GB is a “card-less” log-in system, requiring only a member number and a PIN for access. One dollar coin-in equals one point (video poker and blackjack) and 1,000 points equals $1 in cash. Video keno and slot players receive 2x points always. Minimum cash out amount is $5. Depending on your play, Village Pubs sends “checks” to players monthly, up to $1,200, that can be redeemed on the machines at any location.Players are awarded bonus points for types of hands hit such as keno hits in value of $200 or more, four of a kind card of the month, straight flush or royal flush. These types of hands generate a virtual Pig Race where they can win up to up to $150 or a Wheel Spin for a chance to win up to $300 for a royal flush. Players may redeem a maximum of $25 to $150 in Gamblers Bonus points per day, depending on their club level.Players can also earn virtual drawing tickets for monthly drawings by hitting certain poker, keno or slot wins. GB members can earn and redeem points at any GB location. Their unique “two-bucket” point system allows earned points to be redeemed at any GB location, while bonus points won via promotions are location-specific and can be redeemed at the location where they were won. – See more at: Village Pubs a local tavern favorite

NEVADA APPEAL 8-23-2015

Bully’s Sports Bar & Grill is the first venue in Northern Nevada to offer Miss Kitty, Five Dragons and the original Buffalo slots, all of which were added to Bully’s on Aug. 10.The new Power Vision bar top machines at all Bully’s locations offer these three Aristocrat slot themes along with a traditional video poker, keno and slot game selection. Century Gaming Technologies and Aristocrat Technologies Inc. have joined forces to bring Nevada the first opportunity to play Buffalo, Miss Kitty and Five Dragons in a tavern environment by including the titles in the Power Vision bar top multi-game machine. – See more at: Bully’s expands gaming options

GAMING TODAY 4-7-2015

Century Gaming Technologies’ Gamblers Bonus (GB) players club is among the largest in the state, catering to taverns, bars, supermarkets and convenience stores throughout Nevada. GB members can earn and redeem points at any GB location. Their unique “two-bucket” point system allows earned points to be redeemed at any GB location, while bonus points won via promotions are location-specific and can be redeemed at the location where they were won.Also unique to GB is its patented “card-less” log-in system, requiring only a member number and a PIN for access. $1 coin-in = 1 point (for video poker and blackjack) and 1,000 points = $1 in cash. Video keno and slot players receive 2x points always. Minimum cash out amount is $5. Cash is king with GB and players can cash out or play earned cash immediately upon redeeming. A unique feature with GB is that converted points can be cashed out for real cash at any time, unlike the non-cashable free play credits some other clubs use. – See more at: Gamblers Bonus offers rare card-less slots login

BUSINESS PRESS LAS VEGAS 3-9-2015

One game could change the landscape of Nevada’s slot machine route business.At least, that’s the hope of Century Gaming Technologies.The company struck a deal with Australian slot machine manufacturer Aristocrat Technologies to place three of its popular game titles within Century’s multigame bar-top slot machines.One of the games is Buffalo, which has been ranked as the best-earning slot machine game in the U.S. casino market for the past three years by Goldman Sachs in the Wall Street investment firm’s annual survey.“Walk the slot floor at any Station Casinos property or Boyd Gaming casino, and you’ll find the Buffalo game,” Century Gaming CEO Steve Arntzen said. “It’s got the perfect math model that everyone has tried to duplicate and couldn’t pull off. We’re giving this game to our bar customers for the first time.”Century unveiled the bar-top version of Buffalo during a private trade show the company hosted this month. The Buffalo game was the highlight of the event for Century’s customers. The show included additional slot machine products and systems for managing customer play and game usage. – See more at: Adding Buffalo a runaway hit for bar-top gaming

THE GAMING INDUSTRY REPORT 3-5-2015

Century Gaming Technology unveiled their new products yesterday. As we said yesterday, one is the PowerVision multi-game, multi-denominational bar top machine that will offer an Aristocrat slot suite for taverns. This is the first time in Aristocrat’s history its games have been offered in Nevada on a bar top. PowerVision will also introduce two new poker games, six new keno games and three new PowerVision slot games in addition to the new Aristocrat slot offerings. Century also plans to roll out upright Aristocrat Buffalo games for its convenience store market. They also announced the roll out of the U1 bar top and upright game that includes Fair Pay system and the ability for players to win up to $250,000 with as little as a $2 bet. They unveiled new Interactive Gamblers Bonus Advantage initiatives and debuted its i3 promotional system, with the three I’s being instant, interactive and inclusive with rewards paid in instant cash directly to the credit meter.

LAS VEGAS REVIEW JOURNAL 3-4-2015

Nevada slot machine route operator Century Gaming Technologies doesn’t own the bars, taverns, restaurants or convenience stores where it manages more than 3,000 games.That might seem a bit unusual for the state’s second-largest slot route company.Most of Century’s main rivals provide slot machines to their own businesses, as well as distributing games and systems to the competition.“We’re probably the last traditional slot route model,” said Century Gaming CEO Steve Arntzen. “We don’t compete with our customers in any fashion.”That commitment to tradition also has consequences. Century’s revenue stream is tied solely to gaming.“We don’t have food or beverage revenue,” Arntzen said. “We strictly depend on participation from gaming machines and systems or product fees.”That’s one reason Arntzen is watching events unfold in the state Legislature.Gov. Brian Sandoval’s $1.1 billion tax package to fund education and other services includes a new slot machine tax on restricted gaming license holders with more than 500 machines or revenue of $10 million or more. The governor hopes to raise $39 million through the tax. – See more at: Century Gaming wary of proposed new slot machine tax

GAMING USA CORP 2-17-2015

Century Gaming Technologies announced, in partnership with Bully’s Sports Bar & Grill, they secured Bully’s and Smokin’ locations as the exclusive provider of Gamblers Bonus players club for the entire Reno area effective January 1, 2015. Century sold off its Reno route operations in June 2013. They were able to strike a deal with Bully’s to keep the players club alive and well in northern Nevada.

GGB NEWS 7-29-2014

United Coin Machine Company, known for its signature product, Gamblers Bonus, has changed its name to Century Gaming Technologies. According to Steve Arntzen, president and CEO, the new name better reflects the services and products the company provides in the two states in which it operates, Nevada and Montana.“We have evolved to be a true provider of innovative and leading- edge gaming technology, not just a slot route operator,” said Arntzen. Previously, the company operated as Century Gaming in Montana and United Coin Machine Company in Nevada. Combined, the company employs more than 250 people in two states.The company recently installed Game Tender, which allows for continual monitoring, faster bonus awarding and even more accurate data, up to every 10 seconds, on the company’s gaming machines and systems at 440 locations in Southern Nevada alone, Century announced.Century’s newest product, i3, allows cash-for-play not only at Gamblers Bonus locations, but at any gaming establishment. “Our system provides valuable marketing information to management while delivering strong technology support to convenience store clerks who don’t have the ability to have direct one-on-one contact with key players,” Arntzen said. The new system also has strong applications for smaller bars inside larger casino properties. “This offering is incredibly valuable to our gaming partners and allows us to broaden our stake in Nevada gaming, since customers don’t have to vend with us to take advantage of the many gaming technology advances we offer. This is the case with Rebel and many others with whom we are now working.” – See more at: United Coin becomes Century Gaming

LAS VEGAS REVIEW JOURNAL 7-14-2014

Slot route operator United Coin Machine has changed its name to Century Gaming Technologies to reflect the name of its corporate parent and capitalize on changes made to the company’s product offerings. Under United Coin, the company operates 3,250 slot machines in 440 bars, taverns, restaurants and other locations in Southern Nevada. Century Gaming’s slot machine route operation in Montana covers 325 locations and 3,950 games. The slot route operator is best known in Nevada for its Gamblers Bonus players club program, which is nearing its 20th year. In 2013, United Coin launched Power Vision, a line of interactive multigame slot machines and systems geared toward tavern and bar customers. – See more at: United Coin Machine changes name to Century Gaming Technologies

GGB NEWS 7-6-2014

United Coin Machine Company, known for its signature product, Gamblers Bonus, has changed its name to Century Gaming Technologies. According to Steve Arntzen, president and CEO, the new name better reflects the services and products the company provides in the two states in which it operates, Nevada and Montana.“We have evolved to be a true provider of innovative and leading edge gaming technology, not just a slot route operator,” said Arntzen. Previously, the company operated as Century Gaming in Montana and United Coin Machine Company in Nevada. Combined, the company employs more than 250 people in two states. – See more at: United Coin Becomes Century Gaming

GAMING TODAY 7-2-2014

Following its successful 2012 and 2013 introductions of several new transformational products for the Nevada route/gaming industry, United Coin Machine Company, the company known for its wildly successful signature product – Gamblers Bonus, continues its evolution with a new name: Century Gaming Technologies (Century). According to Steve Arntzen, president and CEO, the new name better reflects the services and products the company provides in the two states in which it operates, Nevada and Montana. “This centralization not only streamlines operations to realize significant economies of scale for the company, it encourages implementation of best practices and policies that combine to make Century products smarter and far more advanced,” Arntzen said. “This has been more than two years in the making, and we are now extremely well positioned to thrive and weather the changes of our dynamic industry.” – See more at: Nevada’s leading slot route operator retools.

GAMING USA CORP 6-30-2014

United Coin Machine Company is now operating under a new name – Century Gaming Technologies. The name better reflects the services and products the company provides in the two states it operates in – Nevada and Montana. The company was operating as Century Gaming in Montana and United Coin Machine Company in Nevada. Century Gaming Technologies said one of their major technological upgrades recently implemented was the installation of Game Tender which allows for continual monitoring, faster bonus awarding and even more accurate data of the company’s gaming machines and systems at 440 locations in Southern Nevada, alone. Century’s newest product is i3, allowing cash for play not only at Gamblers Bonus locations but at any gaming establishment.