In August, Jackpot Digital sees continued growth

In August, Jackpot Digital sees continued growth


Jackpot Digital reported its highest monthly volume since February 2020 with revenue of CA$128,566 in August. Jake Kalpakian said that the company’s order interest from the land-based casino industry is growing and gaining traction. He said that the company’s business is getting stronger because of a wider range of casino operators.

As the British-Columbia-based gaming leader has reported impressive fiscal numbers for August, Jackpot Digital continues to build on its impressive results. The developer of electronic table games reported a new monthly high in its most recent financial report. Since February 2020, this volume has been the highest monthly volume.

The company is based in B.C. and is one of the top providers and creators of electronic table games for cruise ships and regulated casino industries. It’s popular for its state-of-the-art gaming products, such as poker and casino games. Operators can use them in the best way possible because of the broad range of back-end tools.

In August, it was outstanding

Major operators of cruise ships and casino operators report more bookings as a result of the relaxation of travel restrictions across the world. The company generated CA$128,566 in revenue from its cruise ship section, after an impressive July 2022.

Jake Kalpakian shared that the firm’s financial results continued to grow in August of 2022. Since February 2020, it has recorded its highest amount of revenue. He explained that this was the last full month when the company had stopped operations, and they expect the monthly performances to continue improving.

Mr. Kalpakian said that the provider’s order interest from the land-based casino industry is growing and gaining traction. He noted that the business is getting stronger because of a wider range of casino operators and that the shortage of dealer employees has benefited the EGT provider.

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The company reported in its August financial report that it has entered a licensing agreement with Norson Group S.R.L., which is based in the Dominican Republic. Through this partnership, the provider will be able to deliver and install five electronic table games at properties of the casino operator across the Dominican Republic.

The Dominican Republic is home to the Norson Group S.R.L., which runs over 160 sports betting locations across the country. The agreement between the two sides is subject to regulatory approvals, which is why it is not finalized. Patrons of Norson Group S.R.L.’s properties will soon be able to enjoy the premium machines.

Gaining popularity is something that can be done

In the regulated casino industry, the company’s Jackpot Blitz® is gaining more and more popularity. At the beginning of the month, the provider announced an agreement with the Sac & Fox Nation of Missouri Tribal Gaming Commission. Sac & Fox Casino in Powhattan, Kansas will be the location for the installation of its cutting-edge Jackpot Blitz® ETGs. The machines will be installed in the next few weeks.

“Jackpot Digital Continues To See Improving Results”.