03/10/2021

Holland & Hart Represents Century Gaming Technologies in Pending Acquisition by Accel Entertainment

Holland & Hart is representing Century Gaming, Inc. (dba Century Gaming Technologies), one of the leading distributed gaming operators in the Western U.S., in its agreement to be acquired by Accel Entertainment, Inc., a leading distributed gaming operator in the U.S., in a cash and stock transaction valued at $140 million. The transaction is expected to close by end of 2021, subject to the satisfaction of customary closing conditions, including regulatory approvals from applicable gaming authorities.

With over 60 years of experience, Century is Montana’s largest gaming operator and a leader in the Nevada gaming market. Serving over 900 locations including bars and taverns, convenience store groups and small casinos in both markets, Century is also known for its popular “Gamblers Bonus” player rewards platform and “i-Rewards” customer relationship management system.

The Holland & Hart Century transactional team is being led by Reno-based partner David Garcia and included transactional attorneys Todd Criger and Elliot Weiss, with subject matter expertise and support from Sarah Ritchey Haradon, Dora Lane, Beth Nedrow, Lindsay Silber, Cory Talbot, Benjamin Gibbons, Becky Achten, and Lori Argall.

For more information, please read the full press release here.

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