Multimedia Games Company Profile
Multimedia Games, Inc. is a supplier of interactive systems, electronic games and gaming terminals for the Native American gaming market, as well as for the racetrack casino, charity and commercial bingo, and video lottery markets. MGAM designs and develops networks, software and content that provides its customers with gaming systems delivered through a telecommunications network that links the Company's gaming terminals with one another, both within and among gaming facilities.
MGAM specializes in server-based gaming systems, known as central determinant systems. It provides these systems for use by Native American gaming operators in both Class II and Class III facilities, to operators of charity gaming facilities, and for use in domestic and international lottery jurisdictions. The Company also provides gaming terminals for central-determinant video lottery systems and for bingo systems.
|Multimedia Games History|
1988: MegaBingo begins play, as the first game for what would become Multimedia Games
1991: Multimedia Games incorporated in Texas
1996: Multimedia Games' stock is traded for the first time on NASDAQ
1999: Multimedia Games formed GameBay.com, Inc. as a wholly-owned subsidiary to pursue the development of non-gambling activities on the Internet using interactive bingo games as a platform to derive advertising and product sale revenues
1999: Multimedia Games begins to design and market Class III machines
|Multimedia Games: Current Products and Services|
Interactive Class II bingo games and gaming systems
Interactive Class III video lottery gaming systems.
Linked interactive electronic bingo games:
Big Cash Bingo
Proprietary Betnet™ gaming network, linking more than 7,500 player stations nationally
|Multimedia Games: Financial Info online|
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