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Atronic's Cash Fever Approved in Detroit

14 July 2005

SCOTTSDALE, Arizona – (PRESS RELEASE) -- Atronic announces the Michigan Gaming Lab approval for and first installation of its Cash Fever(TM) video slots. Cash Fever is a dynamic Bonus Link system featuring four levels of jackpots and exciting game themes on Atronic's innovative e-motion(TM) cabinet.

The approval is Atronic's first for the eagerly anticipated Cash Fever, and comprises the four Cash Fever games Bedazzled(TM), Treasures of Venice(TM), Angels and Devils(TM) and Time for Money(TM). In addition to the multiple jackpots providing both frequent and large awards, Cash Fever features the entertaining Dr. Cash Fever character, interactive new game toppers and an eye-catching signage package.

"We are thrilled to launch Cash Fever in Detroit," said Ken Bossingham, VP of Sales and Marketing for Atronic. "We expect Cash Fever to perform exceptionally well in casinos nationwide, and this first approval in Detroit will provide momentum as we launch Cash Fever in all jurisdictions."

Atronic's first Cash Fever installation will take place at Greektown Casino in mid-July. "Greektown is excited to be the first casino in North America with Cash Fever. Based on the exceptional performance of Atronic's e-motion machines, we anticipate Cash Fever will be a hit with our players," said Jack McGinty, Vice President of Slots at Greektown Casino.

The ATRONIC Group of companies, a leading global provider of casino games and services is headquartered in Germany. The group companies Atronic International, Atronic Americas and Atronic Systems maintain offices in the USA, Europe, Latin America, South Africa and Australia. ATRONIC is dedicated to producing only the highest quality of entertaining games and products, including dynamic casino management and linked gaming solutions which are being operated in 83 countries worldwide. Atronic holds a total of 196 worldwide gaming licenses including the United States of America, where it is licensed to sell machines in 20 states and to 138 tribes.

Atronic is a member of the Gaming Standards Association and supports open industry standards such as Best of Breed (BOB) and System to System (S2S).

ATRONIC is part of the family-owned and operated GAUSELMANN Group which entered into an alliance with GTECH Holdings Corporation, a NYSE listed American company who acquired a 50 percent controlling equity interest in ATRONIC on December 6th 2004. The transaction, which is contingent upon regulatory and gaming license approvals, is expected to be completed on December 31, 2006. The family-owned and operated GAUSELMANN Group which has sold 2 million gaming devices since inception is the second largest manufacturer of gaming devices worldwide.

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