Comanche casino first to install Velvix machines

The Journal Record
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LAWTON – The Comanche Nation Casino in Lawton has identified as the first gaming facility in the country to install machines by Velvix, a Los Angeles-based slot machine developer and manufacturer.

“Expanding and further developing our inventory to feature the latest innovations and technology available is key to optimizing guest satisfaction,” said Jack Crane, chief operating officer of Comanche Nation Entertainment. “Velvix’s machines are original designs that are made in-house, which will help deliver an elevated gaming and entertainment experience to our guests.”

In a release, the casino said it introduced three new Velvix games across six Class III stand-alone progressive machines, which are all fully installed and operating. The new games include West Wanted, House of Happiness and Fortuneland, showcasing at least one jackpot feature with each machine.

“As a manufacturer, we look for the most efficient, collaborative and growing partners, which is why we knew CNC was the right choice to introduce our games to the U.S.,” said Chris Wieners, managing director of Velvix. “CNC has played a vital role in supporting our game design and performance.”

Comanche Nation Casino offers more than 800 slot machine games, video poker and table games. In addition to gaming, the casino offers two restaurants and a brewery. It is one of six Comanche Nation Entertainment properties in Oklahoma, operating in Lawton, Devol, Elgin, Walters and Cache.