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IGT awarded Pauline Murillo Industry Leadership Award at CNIGA’s Western Indian Gaming Conference



(LAS VEGAS)- International Game Technology (NYSE: IGT), a global leader in casino gaming entertainment and systems technology, announced today that the Company has received the California Nations Indian Gaming Association's (CNIGA) Third Annual Pauline Murillo Industry Leader Award. IGT was honored at CNIGA's annual Western Indian Gaming Conference at the Morongo Casino Resort and Spa in Cabazon, Calif.

"CNIGA is pleased to recognize IGT's continued commitment to Indian Country with today's award," said CNIGA Chairman Daniel J. Tucker, "IGT's steadfast focus on the tribal government gaming industry has translated into a great resource for tribes throughout California."

IGT has been a supporter of CNIGA for more than a decade as the association has worked diligently to protect and maintain tribal sovereignty while also promoting Indian Gaming.

"It is an honor for IGT to receive the Pauline Murillo Industry Leader Award for our excellent casino gaming products as well as our dedication to the sovereign right of tribes," said Knute Knudson, IGT vice president of Native American Development.

 

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About IGT
International Game Technology (NYSE: IGT) is a global leader in casino gaming entertainment and continues to transform the industry by translating casino player experiences to social, mobile and interactive environments for regulated markets around the world. IGT's acquisition of DoubleDown Interactive provides engaging casino style entertainment to more than 6 million players monthly. More information about IGT is available at IGT.com or connect with IGT at @IGTNews or facebook.com/IGT. Anyone can play at the DoubleDown Casino by visiting http://apps.facebook.com/doubledowncasino or doubledowncasino.com

 

About CNIGA

The California Nations Indian Gaming Association (CNIGA), founded in 1988, is a non-profit organization comprised of federally-recognized tribal governments. CNIGA is dedicated to the purpose of protecting the sovereign right of Indian tribes to have gaming on federally-recognized Indian lands. It acts as a planning and coordinating agency for legislative, policy, legal and communications efforts on behalf of its members and serves as an industry forum for information and resources. Visit www.CNIGA.com for more information.