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Atronic and MIS Plan for the Future

4 April 2003

SCOTTSDALE, Arizona – (Press Release) -- Atronic and its newly acquired company MIS (Monaco Information Systems) will provide customers with innovative floor management solutions based on the companies' core strengths.

"Together Atronic and MIS GRIPS will offer dynamic gaming environments and more intelligent and user-friendly casino floor management solutions. "This joint enterprise expands the Groups' individual competencies exponentially. We will, however, take the time required to do the job right. We will ensure that all MIS customers receive the support Atronic customers have come to expect. Together Atronic and MIS GRIPS will bring casino floor management to a new dimension," said Rolf Klug, CEO Atronic Americas and Christian Fabre, CEO of MIS Group, in a joint-statement.

"MIS develops and distributes advanced casino system solutions incorporating its "Galaxis" Casino accounting, player tracking and marketing software. It's wholly owned subsidiary "GRIPS", headquartered in Graz, Austria, is a world leader in Smart Card technology, which is seen by many operators as the ultimate solution for cashless gaming. MIS's Casino floor network, "Crystal Web," is one of the most advanced in the worldwide casino market.

"Atronic Americas and sister companies Atronic International and Atronic Australia are members of the family-owned and operated Gauselmann Group, which has sold more than 1.8 million machines since inception, and 100,000 gaming devices in the year 2002 alone. Atronic, the world's third largest slot maker, is headquartered in Germany, and has offices in Australia, Austria, Great Britain, Peru, South Africa, and the United States of America. Atronic is dedicated to producing only the highest quality of entertaining games and products, which are being operated in 78 countries worldwide. Atronic holds a total of 144 worldwide gaming licenses including the United States of America, where it is licensed to sell machines in 22 states and to 115 tribes.

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