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Under the agreement, Bally Technologies said it will be compliant with Gaming Standards Association G2S protocols and provide state-of-the-art gaming features, including iDeck touch-screen programmable button deck.
Bally Technologies now supplies VLTs to five Canadian provinces.
Share of Bally Technologies lost 75 cents, or 1.65 percent, to close at $44.72 on light pre-Christmas Day volume of 181,907 shares traded on the New York Stock Exchange. The company's shares have traded within a 52-week range of a low of $38.23 and a high of $51.16.
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