Penn truck stops gets IGT video gaming terminals

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Players on video gaming terminals in Pennsylvania truck stops will be accessing IGT’s CrystalDual 27 and CrystalSlant machines following approval from the state’s Gaming Control Board.

The approval will help the company to solidify its position as a major supplier to truck stop routes in the state, where the company already provides slots, casino management systems, igaming, sports betting and a video gaming central system.

Nick Khin, COO gaming at IGT, said: “We believe that our innovative hardware and proven game content will drive incremental visitation to gaming venues there.”

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