Weekly Update: August 12, 2013 – August 16, 2013


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.

  • Chesapeake Cycles, Inc.
    • 6-passenger electric shuttle vehicle
  • DGS Construction, Inc.
    • Concrete supply and construction services

  • Fitch Company
    • Paper supplies & chemicals; cleaning products
  • H & M Wagner & Sons, Inc.
    • Food

  • SCA Entertainment, LP
    • Provider of prize coverage for promotions, contests and games

  • Tracy Austin LLC
    • Information technology

Newly Approved Games:

Ainsworth:

  • Glitter Opals is a 5-reel, 40, 50 or 100-line video reel game with scatter pays and a bonus feature.
  • Glitter Diamonds is a 5-reel, 40, 50 or 100-line video reel game which contains scatter pays and bonus features.

Aristocrat:

  • Fire Stones is a 5-reel, 25-line game that offers wilds, scatter pays, and bonus features.

Bally:

Diamond:

  • Road Hogs is a 5-reel, 243-way video reel game with free spins and bonus pays.

IGT:

  • Book of Wonder is a 5-reel, 178-line video reel game with bonus features.
  • Twilight Zone in 3D is a 5-reel, 25-line MEGAJACKPOTS video reel game.
  • Judge Judy Duo Multi-Way is an “AVP” video reel multi-way MEGAJACKPOTS game with bonus features.
  • Wyland is a 5-reel, 40-payline, video reel game.

Spielo:

WMS:

  • Enchanted Darkness is a 5-reel, 40, 50 and 100-line video game displayed in a 5×4 array with a ‘Free Spin’ bonus.
  • Iron Man is a 5-reel, 80-line video reel game with bonus features. The “Iron Man Head” symbol is wild for all symbols.

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 15, 2013 the Maryland Voluntary Exclusion Program has 273 participants.