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Scientific Games to Exhibit at ATEI/ICE in London

Scientific Games announced its wholly owned subsidiaries The Global Draw Ltd. and Games Media will be presenting a wide range of products at this year's Amusement Trade Exhibition International, the world's foremost coin-op and amusement exhibition, being held in conjunction with the International Casino Exhibition at Earl's Court in London on January 22-24, 2008.

The Global Draw and Games Media will showcase their product offerings at stand G520, which is one of the largest stands at ATEI and is in a prominent position bordering the ATEI and ICE conjunction. This is the first exhibition for Global Draw and Games Media following the recent change in British gaming law in September 2007, which allowed both to enhance their offerings, as well as the first time the two subsidiaries will be exhibiting alongside each other, following the acquisition of Games Media by Scientific Games.

Stand G520 will be showcasing Global Draw's new Nevada(TM) dual screen terminals, which can offer either Category B2 or B3 content on the same machines, as well as its other multi game gaming machines and monitor game products for the UK and international markets.

Also on display will be Games Media's new digital-based turn-key solution currently on trial with six of UK's largest pub retailers. This platform includes the new JU!CE and Indego(TM) terminals and the linked digital music systems sourced from market leader Sound Leisure and cue sport products provided by specialist supplier Bar Billiards. In addition to digital, Games Media will be showcasing its latest Category C and B4 games.

"The ATEI is the most important date in our tradeshow calendar and the 2008 exhibition is going to be the most exciting yet, " commented Steve Frater, Managing Director for The Global Draw Ltd. "We have taken up a new stand location within the ATEI hall which provides us with more space, allowing us to exhibit alongside our sister company Games Media."



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