Grover Gaming has hailed the acquisition of the assets of Digital Dynamics Software, situated in Lake Zurich, Illinois, as a “crucial role” in the company’s future growth.
Grover Gaming can now connect SAS-based electronic gaming equipment and casino communications to its proprietary software, enhancing the player experience.
SAS Engine, SAS Getaway, Backdrop casino management software, and the GAP gaming protocol will all be included as part of the purchase. With its new Chicago headquarters, the business will also expand into Illinois.
Crucial role in future growth
Grover Gaming’s president, Garrett Blackwelder said: “This investment will play a crucial role in our company’s future growth.
“Tony Antonucci and his team have an incredible reputation in this industry. With their proven casino products and our games, we are excited about the new opportunities this will open for Grover Gaming.”
Accounting and metering, multi-game/multi-denominations, real-time events, progressives, and bonus features will all be supported by the new SAS engine.
Grover Gaming will be able to provide customers floor-wide accounting and ticketing, real-time floor display, increased reporting, and player tracking and awards after the Backdrop host system is linked.
Grover Gaming is licenced in the states of Ohio, New Hampshire, Kentucky, North Dakota, South Dakota, Montana, Wyoming, Washington, Ontario, Canada, and Virginia. The company is headquartered in Greenville, North Carolina, and employs over 300 people in nine states, including a design studio in Wilmington, North Carolina.