Interblock, a Las Vegas-based leader in the creation and delivery of prizewinning electronic table games ( ETG) products, has entered into an important alliance with Eclipse Gaming Systems, a Georgia-based manufacturer of best-in-class products for the technology, casino-gaming and entertainment sectors, to officially debut electronic table games in the tribal gaming market which belongs under Class II.
The main goals of the partnership:
According to the contract, Eclipse Gaming will offer connectedness to its platform that belongs to the aforementioned Class II, which offers Class II central monitoring and bingo-based results, for Interblock’s remarkable electronic table games. With this, gamblers in Class II tribal casinos will be able to enjoy a genuine and smooth electronic table gaming experience.
With the blended strength of both, this alliance is committed to providing an unparalleled experience when it comes to electronic table gaming to Class II casino properties. Additionally, the two firms are predicted to launch the Class II Interblock games as early as next year.
Commenting on this significant partnership, Tim Minard, Eclipse Gaming’s Chief Executive Officer, commented according to the Tribal Gaming and Hospitality: “Through our robust world-class Class II platform, we are excited to provide players in tribal casinos with Interblock’s engaging electronic table games that offer cutting-edge technology and exciting gameplay. These games provide an authentic table-game experience with enhanced entertainment.”
Also, commenting on the aforementioned partnership, John Connelly, Interblock’s Global Chief Executive Officer, added: “We are thrilled to partner with Eclipse Gaming, a prominent and well-established player in Class II games and systems, to expand our products into Class II markets. There is a strong demand for our luxury electronic table game experiences in tribal gaming, and this partnership will allow us to give Class II operators exciting ways to offer a dynamic table-game experience, while capitalizing on the efficiencies and inviting experiences that our games deliver.”
Headquartered in Las Vegas, Interblock’s multiplayer gaming devices are game-changing and offer superior deluxe interactive experiences. In addition, the company is internationally recognized and licensed in 328 regions worldwide, for technical support and diamond quality gaming solutions.
Duluth, Georgia-based Eclipse Gaming Systems has seen steady growth over the past few years. Since taking the helm in 2018, CEO Tim Minard has assembled a team of leaders across the divisions taking the Class II vendor into new markets as the company launches more and more titles each year, moving toward eventual expansion into Class III market.
Meanwhile, Eclipse continued to grow its Class II footprint, thanks to a game development team led by Chief Technology Officer Steven Slotwinski, a former longtime game developer for WMS Gaming and Scientific Games, and chief operating officer for a subsidiary of NHN Entertainment, responsible for multiple social-mobile product lines.