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Mikohn taps Euro market

Jan 28, 2003 4:47 AM

By GT STAFF

Mikohn Gaming announced last week that it had penned a distribution agreement with London-based Cyberview Technology to distribute its games through Cyberview’s central server-based terminals throughout Europe.

The first title to be offered will be Mikohn’s popular Yahtzee game. Additional titles will be made available as the relationship develops.

Cyberview has worldwide sales and distribution for the server-based gaming market. Currently, Cyberview has thousands of such terminals installed in legal gaming establishments throughout Europe.

"We are very pleased to partner with Cyberview to bring our games to this important and untapped segment of the gaming market, said Russ McMeekin, Mikohn’s president and chief executive officer.

Cyberview’s executive vice-president, Sylvie Linard, also expects a beneficial relationship.

"We are excited about the wealth of knowledge and experience of the gaming industry that Mikohn brings to Cyberview," Linard said. "Through this agreement we now have the ability to offer our customers their unique games, providing a new and exciting gaming experience. Mikohn’s game content complements Cyberview’s advanced technology."

Based in Las Vegas, Mikohn is a diversified supplier to the casino gaming industry worldwide, specializing in the development of innovative products with recurring revenue potential.

The company develops, manufactures and markets an expanding array of slot games that include Yahtzee, Trivial Pursuit, Clue, Battleship and Ripley’s Believe It or Not.

Mikohn’s table games include Monopoly Blackjack, Carribean Stud Poker and Pai Gow Poker. The company also manufactures advanced player tracking and accounting systems for slot machines and table games.