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Alliance Gaming to Supply Mohegan Sun with MindPlay Table Games

24 February 2004

LAS VEGAS – (Press Release) -- Alliance Gaming Corp. (NYSE: AGI) announced today that its Bally Gaming and Systems business unit has signed a contract with Mohegan Sun to install up to 150 MindPlay blackjack table game systems and become the first casino outside of Nevada to capitalize on the product's advanced technology.

One of the largest entertainment destinations in the world, Mohegan Sun in Uncasville, Conn., will initially install 12 MP21(TM) tables during the second calendar quarter of this year and plans to incrementally add up to 138 additional tables based on the product meeting certain performance criteria. Mohegan Sun also plans to integrate the MP21 table game data with its existing ACSC casino management system from Bally Systems.

Alliance Gaming announced on Feb. 19, 2004 that the Bally Gaming and Systems business unit acquired substantially all of the assets of MindPlay LLC, the developer of MP21, which is designed to improve player rating accuracy, casino security and dealer performance utilizing the patented artificial intelligence of VisionCore(TM) embedded high-speed image processing. The VisionCore optical system automatically recognizes chips and playing cards to ensure accurate accounting, player tracking and dealer performance.

"We are very pleased that a casino resort the stature of Mohegan Sun recognizes the operational improvements and enhanced player benefits this advanced technology will bring to its table games operation," said Robert Miodunski, President and Chief Executive Officer of Alliance Gaming.

"MindPlay is the most exciting table games technology we have experienced and Mohegan Sun is enthusiastic about getting the first group of tables installed so that we can validate what we think will be a fundamental enhancement of our entire table games operation," said Dan Garrow, Chief Information Officer for Mohegan Sun.

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