Bally Technologies has acquired the land-based distribution rights to popular High 5 Games social titles
Bally Technologies has acquired the land-based distribution rights to 10 titles from High 5 Games’ Facebook applications High 5 CasinoTM and Shake the Sky CasinoTM. GypsyTM, Madame MonarchTM, Pasión y FuegoTM, Foxy DynamiteTM, Valkyrie QueenTM, Palace of MagicTM, Zen PandaTM, Night JasmineTM, Silk & SteelTM, and MISS UNIVERSE Crowning MomentTM will all debut in brick-and-mortar casinos around the world. High 5 Games has retained the exclusive online, social, and mobile rights to the games. This deal comes on the heels of an expanded agreement between the two companies after the release of the first H5G/Bally slots to land-based casinos in 2013.
By premiering its slots at social casinos, High 5 Games is able to build brand recognition and large audiences for its titles before they’re released to land-based casinos. The nearly 2 million monthly players at High 5 CasinoTM and over 500 thousand monthly players at Shake the Sky CasinoTM give H5G the ability to analyze the popularity of its games in various ways, which allows the company to create slots that closely align with player preference.
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About High 5 Games
Developing for the land-based, online, social, and mobile markets, High 5 Games has created hundreds of games that are played on six continents and in more than 150 countries. High 5 Games operates the highest rated social casino on Facebook (High 5 CasinoTM, with nearly 2 million monthly players) and the largest Asian-themed social casino (Shake the Sky CasinoTM, with over 500 thousand monthly players). The company’s premiere remote game server, Vault, will integrate with online casinos around the world and will feature nearly 100 of the company’s top brands. Founded in 1995, High 5 Games has offices in New York City and New Jersey.
About Bally Technologies
Bally Technologies, Inc. is a diversified, worldwide gaming company that designs, manufactures, distributes, and operates gaming devices and computerized monitoring, accounting and player-tracking systems for gaming devices. The Company maintains more than 25 offices around the world and employs about 3,500 people. In 1975, Bally (BYI) became the first gaming company to be publically traded on the New York Stock Exchange. Now based in Las Vegas, Bally strives to lead the industry in innovation.