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Aristocrat Receives Key Product Approvals

8 March 2004

LAS VEGAS – (Press Release) -- Aristocrat Technologies, Inc., a Las Vegas-based provider of gaming machines and casino management systems, has received key product approvals in three of the largest gaming jurisdictions in the United States, allowing the Company to now offer its most innovative games to casinos nationwide.

The New Jersey Casino Control Commission recently approved Aristocrat's random bonusing product Mr. Cashman(R) and its globally patented Reel Power(R) game, a unique concept where players buy reels instead of lines. Aristocrat offers both products on select base video slot games designed on Aristocrat's powerful MKVI(TM) slot platform.

The Company also announced that the Mississippi Gaming Commission approved three of its top-performing MKVI video slots -- King of the Nile(TM), Tiki Torch(TM), and Double Dolphins(R) following approval in late January of its MKVI slot platform.

And in Nevada, the country's largest gaming jurisdiction, Aristocrat received Nevada Gaming Commission approval for eight additional MKVI games -- Boot Scootin'(R), Go Ape, Sun & Moon(TM), King of the Nile, Wild Amazon(R), Black Panther(R), Gamblin Jack, and Wild Cougar(R).

"It's very exciting to see these product approvals continue to come in, allowing us to further expand our product offerings in the largest gaming jurisdictions in the country," said Gavin Isaacs, President of Aristocrat Technologies, Inc.

"Reel Power and Mr. Cashman are two of our best-performing and most innovative products worldwide; we're thrilled to be able to offer our New Jersey customers the chance to delight their players with this boundary-pushing technology. Mississippi customers now get to play our MKVI video slots, which feature multipliers and a variety of bonusing features to increase player excitement and anticipation."

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