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Grand Vision Gaming Adds 2 New Games to its 12 Game Package for Louisiana Market(August 05, 2014)
Billings, MT (PRWEB) August 05, 2014
Grand Vision Gaming (GVG), a leading manufacturer of video gaming devices headquartered in Billings, MT, has recently announced the launch of two new games designed specifically for the Louisiana market. The newly released games were created to supplement the existing 12 game package for its Louisiana-based model, found in video poker locations throughout the state.
GVG is excited to introduce Won Dat Poker, a fast-paced poker game that features 2 bonus pools in addition to stunning graphics, stimulating audio, and a math model that is sure to keep players entertained for hours. Ten bank vaults are aligned at the bottom of the paytable screen, and with every deal and draw, a random number of vaults (from 0 to 10) are opened. Receiving 8 open vaults helps build both pools, 9 open vaults contributes to both pools in addition to activating the small pool, and opening 10 vaults activates the big cash.
GVGs other newly released game, Cagey Cajun Poker, features Cagey the Raccoon who jumps for joy as players spin to win. The key to the game is to be dealt 3+ aces, which advances players to the bonus wheel. Therefore, receiving 3-of-a-kind aces, a full house with 3 aces, or 4-of-a-kind aces all result in a cash prize.
Won Dat Poker and Cagey Cajun Poker were officially released on July 7, 2014, and are both currently available throughout Louisiana. For additional information on Grand Vision Gaming or its recently released games, please contact Ryan Hatch, or visit http://www.grandvisiongaming.com/.
About Grand Vision Gaming:
Grand Vision Gaming (GVG) LLC is a designer and manufacturer of Class III Video Gaming Machines. Established in 2008, GVG boasts a development team responsible for creating revolutionary gaming products that employ state of the art technology, highly interactive and imaginary game themes and proprietary cabinetry. As a result, GVGs maiden devices, UltraVision and PowerVision, have captured the attention of the entire industry. The four principals of GVG have combined industry experience of nearly 100 years, with extensive experience in the manufacture and operation of gaming devices throughout the Montana market, as well as the licensed jurisdiction of Nevada, South Dakota, and Louisiana.
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