Scientific Games gets U.S. regulatory nod for new cabinet, operating system

Scientific Games Corp said Monday that its TwinStar gaming cabinet, ArgOS operating system, and two new game titles have been approved by U.S. gaming regulators in multiple jurisdictions.

The approval came from regulators in 10 states and the company anticipates additional approvals in the coming weeks. The states include: California, Connecticut, Florida, Idaho, Indiana, Iowa, Oklahoma, Minnesota, Wisconsin and New York.

The new cabinet is the first to incorporate the company’s next-generation ArgOs operating system providing enhanced game characteristics and play features, and will launch with new versions of some of the Company’s most popular game titles, Goldfish Deluxe and Quick Shot Dwanwu.

“The TwinStar cabinet is a major achievement in our integration strategy, involving the collaboration of our hardware, operating systems, game development, quality assurance and many other support teams around the globe. I am delighted that the initial production of our TwinStar units is sold out for this quarter, with expected shipments to occur in the final weeks of December. With Twinstar and Dualos now approved, we have two innovative dual-screen video cabinets for our customers around the world,” said CEO Gavin Isaacs.