Weekly Update: August 6 – 10, 2012
Newly Approved Vendors:
The Maryland Lottery requires that companies seeking to do any non-gaming business with a Maryland casino be registered or certified dependent on the amount of business within a 12-month period. To learn more, click here. To see a complete list of vendors, please click here.
- Bar Room Builders, Inc.
- General contractor
- Crown Inc. of Hagerstown, Maryland
- Provider of painting services
- John V. Potero Enterprises, Inc.
- Provider of specialty and sheet metal parts for gaming and non-gaming industries
- BBEC, Inc.
- Electrical contractor
- Robert F. Beall & Sons, Inc.
- Provider of drain cleaning services; pumping and cleaning of grease traps
Newly Approved Games:
- Chariot Champion is a 5-reel, 5-line game that offers scatter pays and bonus features.
- Winning Offer is a 5-reel, 243-way video reel game with a bonus feature.
- China River is a 5-reel, 20, 25, or 30-line video reel game with Mystery Stacked Reels and a bonus feature.
- Salsa Heat is a 5-reel, 20, 25, or 30-line video reel game with Mystery Stacked Reels and a bonus feature.
- Luck of Lemur is a 5-reel, 9 or 30-line video reel game that contains bonus features.
- Sunflower 7’s – Jackpot Bonanza is a 4-reel, 50-line “AVP” Stepper game that contains a bonus feature and blackout pays.
- Super Diamonds – Jackpot Bonanza is a 4-reel, 50-line “AVP” Stepper game that contains a bonus feature.
- China Shores is a 5-reel, 50 or 100-line video reel game that offers a bonus feature.
- Royal Match 21 Blackjack utilizes a master terminal and five player stations that stimulate a live casino
- Exotic Treasures is a 5-reel, 40 and 50-line (full credit) and 40 and 60-line (half credit) game with bonus features.
Voluntary Exclusion Program:
The Maryland Lottery operates a voluntary exclusion program for individuals who wish to ban themselves from Maryland casinos. If an individual opts for voluntary exclusion, they will be voluntarily excluded from entering any Maryland casino, as well as cashing checks and using credit cards. The individual will also be taken off of all casino mailing lists. To learn more about Maryland’s Voluntary Exclusion Program please click here.
As of August 10, 2012 the Maryland Voluntary Exclusion Program has 115 participants.