GVG (Grand Vision Gaming) a leading manufacturer of video gaming devices, has confirmed it will be supplying software and cabinets to the West Virginia lottery.
The agreement follows GVG receiving software approval and obtaining a manufacturers license from the West Virginia Limited Video Lottery (WVLVL). “We are pleased to begin to offer our products into the WVLVL,” commented Merle Frank, GVG’s Managing Director. “We have assembled a combination of proven game titles that were specifically chosen for this marketplace and we are excited to get this content in front of the players.”
GVG’s product release in West Virginia includes the multigame software, Power Vision, compatible with the XVR Slant, Atlas Upright, and Bartop cabinets offered in the state. Power Vision features 6 Keno titles developed by GVG and 6 Slot games licensed from Aristocrat Technologies Inc., which includes the industry favorite, Buffalo.
In anticipation for the release, GVG claims it has been maintaining an office in West Virginia with a fully stocked warehouse of parts and machines, also offering training to operators at no charge. Over 50 technicians have been certified and demand for training is expected to grow. The office in West Virginia also features a showroom where customers can demo games on cabinets.
“The groundwork is finally in place and we are anxious to bring proven hardware and entertaining game titles to our customers, allowing them to take full advantage of our expertise in markets similar to the WVLVL,” commented Cris Criscola, Manager of WV Operations.