Iverson Gaming Systems, a global provider of gaming management solutions, is to distribute a range of management products manufactured by game developer Acres 4.0, including bringing its tablet casino gaming technology to the international market.
Headquartered in Philadelphia, Iverson is dedicated to serving clients worldwide. However initially, Iverson will focus on the cruise gaming market where it enjoys a strong installation base of its Iverson SLOTMaster casino management system across a number of cruise brands globally.
Joanne Iverson, President of Iverson Gaming Systems, said: “We are excited to team with Acres 4.0 to bring this gaming revolution to market. Because the Acres mobile gaming capability will be seamlessly interfaced to Iverson’s accounting system—which is already a part of the player’s club on over 70 cruise ships worldwide—we will be able to offer efficient deployment on the part of the cruise line and an effortless transition to tablet gaming on the part of current slot players. And for the next generation of players, we see a more mobile—and social—gaming and entertainment experience that attracts a whole new audience.”
Acres 4.0 will provide Iverson Gaming Systems with their proprietary suite of mobile casino games—the first true server-centric gaming product using wireless communications in existence—to work in conjunction with Iverson’s SLOTMaster slot and player management system. Iverson Gaming, in turn, will provide Acres 4.0 with their cashless funds transfer capabilities, rendering the previously required need for an intermediate funding source obsolete. This exclusive arrangement provides both companies with unmatched opportunities to expand current market share while transforming the gaming experience.
John Acres, President of Acres 4.0, added: “We are pleased to work with Iverson to penetrate the international cruise line market. Iverson has developed a distribution network throughout the Carnival fleet and their IGS product provides an easy point of entry with the existing account based player interface.”