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Atronic Strengthens Global Focus, Makes Management Changes

4 July 2002

SCOTTSDALE, Arizona – (Press Release) -- The world-wide group of Atronic companies announced that Michael Gauselmann, owner and up to now Chief Executive Officer of Atronic Americas, will increasingly concentrate on global strategic activities and intensify his current activities as Chief Game Designer for Atronic world-wide. As before Michael will be involved in local projects which carry global importance.

Atronic Americas also announced that Rolf W. Klug, currently Co-Chief Executive Officer / CFO, has been promoted to the position of Chief Executive Officer / CFO.

In addition and effective August 1st 2002, Atronic Americas announced the promotion of Joe Bailo, currently Vice President of Sales and Marketing, to the position of the Chief Sales Officer and the company's deputy Chief Executive Officer.

"My vision for Atronic Americas is that we continue to convert our employees' talents and enthusiasm into exciting products for the US market. Atronic is great in solving the most difficult problems faced by our customers. Our network of teams will continue to drive the market through cutting edge solutions. The result of our focus is that our players will have a great time being successful. I am certain that we will continue to deliver "Great Games, Great People," stated Klug.

Atronic Americas and sister company Atronic International are members of the family-owned and operated Gauselmann Group, which has sold more than 1.7 million machines since inception, and 97,000 gaming devises in the year 2001 alone. Atronic is headquarters in Germany, and has office 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 produces, which are being operated in 70 countries worldwide. Atronic holds a total of 142 worldwide gaming licenses include the United States of America with 21 state licenses and 100 Indian Gaming license.

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