Grover has already made significant investments in Ohio. According to Wil Riesgard, Vice President of Operations for Grover Gaming, “We’ve had a great distribution center here at Columbus for a while and are currently adding another office/warehouse in the northeast part of the state. We will very soon have more than fifty employees in the Ohio State including a dedicated marketing team.”

“We are already approved as a manufacturer of bingo supplies in Ohiobut we have also requested the separate Distributor License and Electronic Instant Bingo designation for each of these licenses,” said Dorwin “DL” Howard, Compliance and Licensing Specialist at Grover Gaming. ” The Ohio By law, the Attorney General’s office cannot issue any of these licenses until April 1, 2022, but we hope to receive our mentions on this date or shortly thereafter. We anticipate that they will issue licenses to every licensed manufacturer and distributor at the same time to avoid giving one or the other an advantage.”

“We cannot offer any proposals to potential customers in Ohio until we receive those approvals,” said Mark Downing, Chief Counsel and Chief Compliance Officer for Grover. “But we have a plan.”

“We intend to bring the same cutting-edge software and hardware that has been so successful to our charitable customers in states like Virginia, North Dakota, New Hampshireand Kentucky,” said Garrett Blackwelder, Chairman and Owner of Grover Gaming. “We are fortunate to be the leader in all these markets by a large margin, and in Virginia and New Hampshire we distribute our products directly to our customers. By distributing our own product, we are able to deal directly with charities, which streamlines our customer service and takes it to an even higher level. This will allow us to continue our mission of providing entertaining gaming experiences through a team committed to growth and progress.”

Not only will Grover distribute its own product, but they also intend to place instant e-bingo equipment and provide instant e-bingo tickets without requiring long-term commitments from charities and fraternities. in Ohio. “We will not require any contracts from charities,” said jimmy forest, vice president of sales for Grover. “We want to earn your business by providing the best performing games and world-class service, not because we lock you in with a piece of paper.”

Forrest continued, “Another market-changing innovation is the integration of our redemption kiosks. With this kiosk, a player can simply insert their ticket and get cash without having to see an attendant to redeem their winnings. In Virginianot only has security increased dramatically, but we’ve also seen an increase in net charity revenue of more than 15% in some locations.” Grover plans to offer these kiosks for free along with the largest selection of custom gaming terminals .

Grover Gaming develops software, gaming content and gaming systems for lotteries and charitable gaming jurisdictions, and is licensed in Ohio, New Hampshire, Kentucky, North Dakota, South Dakota, MontanaWyoming, Washington, Ontario Canada, and Virginia. Based in Greenville, North Carolina, Grover Gaming has more than 360 employees in nine states, including a design studio in Wilmington, North Carolina and a software development center in Chicago, IL.

The company is also a recipient of the 3-year Inc 5000 award, recognizing the fastest growing private companies in United States and recently received a Glassdoor Employees’ Choice Award. Glassdoor ranked Grover Gaming number 2 in its list of Best Workplaces of 2022 among American companies with less than 1,000 employees.

SOURCE Grover Gaming, Inc.

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