Scientific Games has harnessed more than 80 years of performance to deliver what customers and players value most: trusted security, creative content, operating efficiencies and innovative technology.
Signed omni-channel license agreement for JAMES BOND franchise
Scientific Games acquires Red7Mobile
Scientific Games acquires Lapis Software Associates
Scientific Games acquires Bingo Showdown creator Spicerack Media
Scientific Games acquires DEQ Systems Corp.
Developed new retail technology directly integrated with lottery gaming system to enable credit/debit card purchases of lottery games
Introduced the groundbreaking TwinStar slot platform which, for the first time, delivers Bally, Shuffle Master, and WMS game content on one state-of-the-art machine
Launched first cross-jurisdictional, motivation-based player segmentation study for lottery and gaming
Scientific Games acquires Bally Technologies, Inc.
Scientific Games integrated lottery and sports betting systems
Bally acquires SHFL entertainment, Inc.
Scientific Games acquires WMS Industries Inc.
WMS’ Jackpot Party Social Casino was launched for iPhone
Scientific Games debuted first iPhone mobile app for lottery play at retail
Shuffle Master launched its first games online
WMS was first to integrate in-casino game play with online applications (Player’s Life)
WMS introduced first Adaptive Gaming product that saves player progress and trophies
Scientific Games debuted industry’s first linked multi-state game
Williams introduced first Community Gaming play action that used a server to drive bonus play
Scientific Games introduced first internet lottery game in the U.S.
Autotote changed its name to Scientific Games Corporation
Autotote completed the acquisition of Scientific Games Holdings Corp.
Autotote launched AEGIS® open lottery gaming system
Shuffle Master introduces the first multi-deck card shuffler
Bally Entertainment spun off its slots business as Bally Gaming International
Bally developed its first video poker machine
Autotote Corporation (later Scientific Games Corporation) was incorporated in Delaware and began public trading on NASDAQ
John Breeding invented the world’s first mechanical card shuffler that would allow every hand to be dealt from a fresh deck; he went on to establish and incorporate Shuffle Master in Minnesota
The Seeburg Corporation spun off its pinball operations as Williams Electronics, Inc. (later WMS Industries Inc.)
Bally created a new division called Slot Data System
Autotote Systems (predecessor to Scientific Games) was formed and introduced the world’s first secure instant lottery game
Bally debuted its three-reel electromechanical slot machine Money Honey, changing the gaming industry landscape
WW2 ends, Bally resumed slot production, with “Hi-Boy” console
Raymond Moloney’s Bally company introduced the first slot machine, the “Bally Baby”
Raymond Moloney invented the “Bally Hoo” pinball machine and started building the “Bally” brand with pinball games
Harry E. Williams invented the world’s first electro-mechanical pinball machine and began manufacturing under the “Williams” brand
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