October 23, 2016 8:12 AM ET

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Company Overview of Diamond Game Enterprises, Inc.

Company Overview

Diamond Game Enterprises, Inc. designs, manufactures, and services games, gaming systems, and tickets for lotteries and gaming markets. The company offers jet kiosks, gem cabinets, ticket vending machine, and lottery products. It also provides animation services. The company is based in Chatsworth, California. Diamond Game Enterprises, Inc. operates as a subsidiary of Innova Gaming Group Inc.

9340 Penfield Avenue

Chatsworth, CA 91311

United States





Key Executives for Diamond Game Enterprises, Inc.

Chief Executive Officer and Director
Age: 61
President and Director
Age: 49
Chief Financial Officer and Director
Age: 43
Vice President of Operations and Technology
General Counsel and Corporate Secretary
Compensation as of Fiscal Year 2016.

Diamond Game Enterprises, Inc. Key Developments

Diamond Game Enterprises to Unveil NexPlayTM

Diamond Game Enterprises will unveil NexPlayTM - a new suite of innovative lottery products - at the North American State and Provincial Lottery Conference October 46 in Atlanta, Georgia. Diamond Game is excited to unveil NexPlayTM, a new suite of products that combines all the benefits of traditional selfservice sales and ticket checking with a modernized and more engaging interactive video display. Two new products in the suite will be shown: the NexPlayTM selfservice terminal and the NexPlayTM enhanced ticket checker. The suite of products connects to the company's robust central system, a greatly enhanced system designed for lottery markets. The system facilitates many new, innovative features, as well as providing all of the features lotteries' require from central system providers. The NexPlayTM SST, via two large HD monitors, offers both draw and instant game sales, animated ticket checking, multigame functionality, downloadable content, cashless payment options, age verification, and other robust responsible gaming features. And, of course, the NexPlayTM SST offers players the same engaging display of ticket results as Diamond Game's popular LT3 machines. The NexPlayTM ticket checker provides lotteries with the next step in player activated ticket checking of instant and draw game tickets. The checker provides beautiful animated graphics on a large, touchscreen HD monitor which can be mounted on a wall, table, or pedestal. The checker's video monitor, with download capabilities and an internet connection, also doubles as a dynamic instore marketing tool. The company will also showcase its existing deployments of its LT3 instant ticket vending machines, including Ontario, Missouri, Maryland, Quebec, Michigan and New Hampshire. Diamond Game will feature an Innovation Lab, where it will be showcasing several interactive games that the Company is offering in new partnerships with third party developers, including an interactive horse race game with Leap Gaming and interactive video scratch games with Telos Entertainment Inc.

Diamond Game Enterprises Signs Distribution Agreement with Tonk Group

INNOVA Gaming Group Inc. announced that its wholly owned subsidiary, Diamond Game Enterprises has signed an agreement with Tonk Group to distribute the LT-3 in New Hampshire under a charitable program regulated by the New Hampshire Lottery. The Agreement designates Tonk as Diamond Game's distributor in New Hampshire for a period of two years from July 26, 2016. Tonk will also provide support and maintenance services. The agreement is subject to customary regulatory requirements and restrictions.

Diamond Game Enterprises, Inc. Announces Termination of AGP Lease Agreement in Texas

INNOVA Gaming Group Inc. announced that, as of January 5, 2016, an equipment lease agreement (Lease) between its wholly owned subsidiary, Diamond Game Enterprises and Blue Stone Entertainment LLC has been terminated by Diamond Game. Prior to the Termination, Blue Stone operated the donation-based sweepstakes terminals that were the subject of the Lease at the Ysleta del Sur Pueblo’s two entertainment centers in Texas pursuant to a separate agreement between Blue Stone and the Pueblo. The Terminals, which have been removed from the Pueblo’s entertainment centers, are part of a class of products previously referred to in the company’s communications as alternative gaming products, or AGPs.

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