SCOTTSDALE, Arizona -- Atronic unveiled plans today to manufacture and distribute slot machines utilizing content from the successful "Stargate SG-1" and "Stargate Atlantis"
Atronic plans on slots based on the Stargate TV series. television series. The Company has signed a three-year licensing agreement with MGM Consumer Products and the first placement of the slot machines will be unveiled in the fall of 2008.
"Stargate SG-1," the longest running Sci-Fi series in American television history aired for a remarkable 10 seasons. The show enjoyed a milestone 200th episode and "Stargate Atlantis," its spin-off series and currently in production on season 5, won The People's Choice Award for Favorite Sci-Fi program in 2007, and will also celebrate its 100th episode this year.
"Atronic is thrilled to add "Stargate SG-1" and "Stargate Atlantis" to our library of licensed products. We are going to build on the popularity of the TV series by bringing the excitement and intrigue of the shows to the casino floor," said Ken Bossingham, COO, Atronic Americas.
Travis Rutherford, Executive Vice President, MGM Consumer Products stated: "MGM Consumer Products is pleased to partner with worldwide market leader Atronic to further expand the record-breaking Stargate franchise."
A series of machines is planned for development, including video linked, video stand-alone, and reel slots.
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