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The Venetian Las Vegas to Install Score Gaming’s Lucky 8’s Table Games
Published on Wed, May 4, 2016 (11:27 a.m.)(Los Angeles, California) The Nevada Gaming Control Board has approved the installation of Score Gaming’s popular Lucky 8’s table game at The Venetian® Las Vegas for a field trial. Lucky 8’s is played with 2 decks of A-8 and 2 jokers. Players and the dealer are dealt eight cards to begin, and then the goal is to set the hand with as many natural 8’s and multi-card 8’s as possible. The more Lucky 8’s, the more the player wins. Score Gaming anticipates Lucky 8’s table games will be on the floor at The Venetian Las Vegas in May.
“We’re excited to be bringing Lucky 8’s to the Las Vegas Strip,” notes Bobby Jones, Score Gaming’s VP of Sales and Marketing. “The game has been very popular with our other casino clients and we’re sure it will be equally as popular in Las Vegas.”
Score Gaming creates the hottest new table games, bringing exceptional value to both the guest and the casino. They back their products with the best training and customer service in the gaming industry. Score Gaming currently offers twelve unique table games and is an international company with games in six different countries and nine US states.
About Score Gaming
Dr. Merrill Sparago MD, a physician and table games enthusiast turned game inventor, founded Score Gaming in 2008. Over the years, Score Gaming has grown into a substantial gaming company whose sole mission is to create the hottest new table games that bring exceptional value to both the guest and the casino. Its goal is to have the deepest library of table games to meet the changing needs and tastes of players. Score strives to back its products with the best customer service in the industry. For additional information, visit http://www.scoregamingnv.com or contact Bobby Jones, VP Sales & Marketing, [email protected], 760-238-1423.
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