Green, Marian
May 2008
Slot Manager;May2008, p24
Trade Publication
The article discusses the insights of some casino executives regarding the best video games that would be presented at the Southern Gaming Summit in Biloxi, Mississippi from May 7-8, 2008. Executives suggests several video games, including Pair 'Em Up from Bally Technologies, the IGT eBay game, and Wizard of Oz from WMS Gaming.


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