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Galaxy Gaming suspends payments from closed casinos

| By Daniel O'Boyle

Casino table game supplier Galaxy Gaming has suspended billing any casinos that have closed due to the outbreak of the novel coronavirus disease (Covid-19).

The global pandemic has led to casino closures across the world as governments impose bans on large gatherings in order to limit its spread. Several casinos in the United States closed in the past week, including all casinos in New Jersey last night under orders from Governor Phil Murphy.

“The world has changed drastically in the past week and our customers appear to be among the hardest hit, with mandatory closures in several jurisdictions and more likely to come,” Todd Cravens, Galaxy’s president and chief executive said.

“These closures will put incredible burdens on our customers with respect to their own customers and employees and we don’t want to add to those burdens. We hope the crisis passes quickly and we look forward to serving our customers again on the other side of this.”

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