September 26, 2023
Aristocrat Gaming inks deal with Skill Master Pro to distribute its games in the Georgia COAM Market

Aristocrat Gaming inks deal with Skill Master Pro to distribute its games in the Georgia COAM Market

Slot machines and casino manufacturer Aristocrat Gaming announced an exclusive distribution agreement with Skill Master Pro to bring games and technology to the Georgia Coin Operated Amusement Machine (COAM) market for the first .

The six new titles, Bao Zhu Zhao Fu, Big Fu Cash Bats, Buffalo Gold, Midnight Train, Mighty Cash, and Sun & Moon Cash Eclipse, developed by Aristocrat Gaming's Atlanta-based studios, will be available on the new MidKnight X cabinet modeled after the award-winning Helix cabinet.

The MidKnight X and six-title game set are available to order now through Skill Master Pro by phone at (678) 431-8003 and coming soon online, the parties announced in a statement. 

Kurt Gissane, Senior Vice President of Sales for Aristocrat Gaming, said: “Our distribution partnership with Skill Master Pro to the Georgia market demonstrates the company's ongoing commitment to growth in emerging segments and our investment in producing the best products for our players.”

Skill Master Pro's unparalleled market knowledge and quality align with the superior products customers expect from us,” he added.

For his , Adam Foust, CEO of Skill Master Pro, commented: “After three decades of being at the forefront of developing the COAM market into the burgeoning industry it is today, we are thrilled to join forces with Aristocrat Gaming on the entertainment and amusement frontier.”

“By channeling years of experience and driving excellence in product innovation, I strongly believe Aristocrat Gaming and Skill Master Pro will elevate the Georgia COAM industry,” he concluded.

Last week, Aristocrat announced a $500,000 to AISES, a national nonprofit organization focused on substantially increasing the representation of Indigenous peoples in science, technology, engineering, and math (STEM) studies and careers.

Announced at the Oklahoma Indian Gaming Association Conference and Tradeshow, the money will go toward supporting several AISES programs, notably the established Resources for Indigenous STEM Education (RISE) Fund, along with the organization's annual conference and student scholarships.

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