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further enhances entertainment and presentation, while providing additional player comfort and high-end sustained game performance.” In addition, the all-new wide-screen A560

offers amazing game content with brilliant high- resolution graphics and imaginative themes that are synonymous with the GamePlus game library. In fact, Ainsworth will be expanding its successful current GamePlus game library with new titles being released from Double Shot, Players Paradise and Play 100Lines/Play 50Lines/Play 40Lines with a two-lines-for-one- credit play option. Ainsworth also will showcase a range of new

Ainsworth Game Technology booth at G2E Asia 2010

Ainsworth Gaming

Ainsworth Gaming will launch its spectacular new platform and range of A560 cabinets together with the new GamePlus game library at G2E 2010. Ainsworth’s stunning innovation, the all-

new wide-screen A560, is a real eye-catcher that perfectly embodies the attributes of a classic entertainer. It provides for state-of-the-art tech-

nology with its dual wide-screen LCD platform, powerful Quadtronic processor, compact stor- age, high-quality sound system and above all, an ergonomic player interface supporting up to 18 play buttons. Choose from a range of widescreen A560 cabi-

net configurations: the 22-inch dual widescreen A560 Highboy, single-screen A560 Lowboy with 19- inch LCD, and the triple-screen Super A560 cabinet. “It is a very exciting time at Ainsworth to be

launching such a highly advanced range ofmodels,” said Ainsworth CEO Danny Gladstone. “Our goal was to create a platform having drawing power that

operation,AGS recently appointed gaming industry veteran Robert L.Miodunski as chairman, interim president and CEO.Miodunski, the former CEO of Alliance Gaming Corp.,was lured out of retirement by San Francisco-based Alpine Investors, which plans to increase AGS’ influence and visibility in the gaming equipment market. Miodunski retired as CEO of Alliance

Robert Miodunski, Chairman, Interim President and CEO of AGS

American Gaming Systems

American Gaming Systems will debut at G2E with new energy that comes from new senior manage- ment, new investment and new games, and it’s moving into new Class III and Class II markets, too. A leading designer,manufacturer and operator of gaming machines with more than 7,000 units in

Gaming in September 2004, after a five-year run that saw the company’s split-adjusted publicly traded stock price move from below $2 to more than $100. During his tenure, Alliance’s Bally Gaming and Systems business unit experienced tremendous growth, and coupled with several key technology acquisitions, set the stage for the company to become Bally Technologies, Inc. (NYSE: BYI) and assume a powerful leadership position among global gaming suppliers. “Alpine has decided to put strong financial

backing behind and specific emphasis on its invest- ment in AGS,” said Graham Weaver, president of Alpine Investors.“Bob Miodunski delivers the cred- ibility, the leadership and the motivation we need to takeAGS to another level.” Adds Miodunski, “The opportunity to take a

profitable and growing technology company and push it into the mainstream of gaming suppliers was simply too good to pass up.Alpine Investors is dedicated to building on an impressive foundation and product line that already exists.” Before forming Alpine Investors,Weaver was a

link progressives, all available in the triple-screen Super A560 cabinet, including Jackpot Zone, Rapid Strike and Lights Camera Action, plus the astounding Rio Grande Rapids, sure to take your players on adventure they have never experi- enced before, with three levels of link progres- sives, three levels of bonus prizes and exhilarat- ing free game features! Rio Grande Rapids will be released in the triple-screen Super A560 cabi- net with three exciting titles: Rio Express, Rio Sunset and Rio Gold. For a memorable experience at the G2E, visit

booth 1282 where the Ainsworth team will pres- ent the latest star attraction: the all-new wides- creen A560 cabinet range and the top-perform- ing GamePlus game library.

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vice president at Oak Hill Capital Management, the private-equity investment arm for the Robert M. Bass organization. He began his career at Morgan Stanley Capital Partners, Morgan Stanley’s private equity fund,and also worked at American Securities Capital Partners. Prior to joining AGS,Miodunski served as pres-

ident of the Alliance business unit of United Coin Machine Co. His professional background also included senior management positions at Federal Sign Co. and several technology-based companies, as well as real estate development. AGS’ current portfolio of products includes

Class III and Class II slots, Class III and Class II server-based gaming and wide-area progressives, most with an emphasis on locals play. A leader in Class II space,AGS provides video machines to trib- al markets, and has offices in Nevada, Illinois, Oklahoma, South Carolina and Canada, with a satellite service presence in a number of other juris- dictions. AGS’ current list of market approvals includes Oklahoma, California, Florida, New Mexico,Michigan,Maryland and Washington; the company is seeking regulatory approvals and gam- ing licenses in new jurisdictions every week. The company’s marquee titles at G2E will be

Devil’s Hot 7s, Ms. Devil’s Hot 7s, Lucky Larry Leprechaun and Diamond Lotto, all interactive video titles for Class III and Class II markets.

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