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New states introduce Rocket’s Gold Series

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Rocket Gaming Systems is proud to announce that its successful Gold Series line of games is now available in the states of Oregon and Kansas. Six Gold Series games recently went live at Three Rivers Casino & Hotel in Florence, Ore. Another six Gold Series games went live at 7th Street Casino in Kansas City, Kan. Three Rivers and 7th Street Casino have become the first properties in their respective states to offer their customers Rocket’s popular Gold Series games and the chance to compete for the top prize of more than $1 million.

Rocket’s Gold Series has been a big hit among Native American casinos across the country. The series now includes five unique and entertaining Class II video titles. Each is highly entertaining with a wide range of bonus rounds and, best of all, a top prize of more than $1 million that’s designed to hit frequently. Since November 2009, the Gold Series has already awarded its top prize to four lucky players, three of which were awarded in the last six months. It’s clear why these titles – Burnin’ Up, Golden Sunrise, Kingdom Cash, Lucky Year, and the recently introduced, Puppy Tales – have quickly become some of the best performing games in Rocket’s history.

As proud supporters of the National Indian Gaming Association, Rocket donates a portion of the revenue generated by the Gold Series to NIGA in support of its mission of protecting tribal sovereignty. To date, Rocket has donated more than $300,000.

Three Rivers Casino & Hotel is owned and operated by the Confederated Tribes of Coos, Lower Umpqua, and Siuslaw Indians. The Confederated Tribes are comprised of more than 700 members.

7th Street Casino is one of two properties owned and operated by the Wyandotte Nation. The second property, Wyandotte Nation Casino, is located in Wyandotte, Okla.

Gold Series games can now be found in 86 Native American casinos in 12 states across the country.

Rocket Gaming Systems, a business enterprise of the Miami Tribe of Oklahoma Business Development Authority, provides linked interactive electronic gaming systems and player stations for central determinant gaming markets. Rocket provides games to its customers through a nationwide, high-speed communications network that lets players in multiple facilities simultaneously compete against one another for wide area progressive jackpots.