Las Vegas developer Interblock plans to buy Aruze’s table-game assets

Las Vegas developer Interblock plans to buy Aruze’s table-game assets

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  • McKenna Ross, Las Vegas Review-Journal
July 20, 2023 8:28 PM

The operations and assets of Aruze Gaming America — a Las Vegas-based slot machine developer closing next month — will be sold to two separate companies in pending acquisitions announced this week.

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Slot manufacturer Play Synergy announced it expects to acquire Aruze’s slot operations, including land-based assets and online gaming. The Las Vegas-based Play Synergy said the “strategic move” will give it control of the related sales, service, support and operations of Aruze’s slot route and operations. It bid $7 million at auction, according to bankruptcy filings.

Meanwhile, Las Vegas-based automated table games developer Interblock USA expects to purchase Aruze’s table game assets for its Roll to Win Craps game.