written by reader JACKPOT DIGITAL “JPOTF”

By Cleveland, March 1, 2018

Jackpot Digital OTC JPOTF TSXV JP
Interesting but very speculative but near bottom of price range. I do like the business model. Please do your own due diligence.
The Company’s primary business model is the licensing of its ETG tables to casino operators in exchange for a monthly recurring revenue stream.

LOL from website—watch it
Over 1,178,233,805 hands dealt. AND COUNTING !!!!!!!!!!!!!!
http://www.jackpotdigital.com

Website
http://www.jackpotdigital.com
See Video
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=5OG3bIuHchM

See Struthers Report on Jackpot Digital
https://www.dropbox.com/s/98r6szkk1cu8svf/JackPot-Feb28.pdf?dl=0
http://www.miamiherald.com/entertainment/article168691777.html
See media coverage:
http://www.jackpotdigital.com/media.html
News Release 2/27/18
Jackpot Digital Signs New Agreement with Carnival Corporation and plc
“Jackpot has already replaced seven (7) PokerPro tables on Carnival ships with Jackpot Blitz™units to date, and thus far all seven (7) Jackpot Blitz™ tables have gained positive feedback from their guests. In addition to the Company’s Jackpot Blitz™ and ProCore ETG platforms, Jackpot Digital currently has more than 60 PokerPro tables in operation on Carnival ships.”
“Marty Goldman, Carnival’s Sr. Vice President of Global Casino Operations, states “We have been pleased with the performance of the new Jackpot Blitz tables, and look forward to further improvement driven by the new content and functionality currently in development.”
President & CEO Jake Kalpakai
PokerPro® Features
• Fully-automated table with 10 seat positions
• Texas Hold’Em, Omaha, 7-Card Stud
• No-Limit, Limit, Pot Limit, Spread Limit
• Cash games
• Sit & Go tournaments
• Multi-table tournaments
• Kill Pots, Rabbit Hunting, Staddles, Chop Blinds
• Multi-Lingual
• Showdown Odds, View Last 2 Hands
• 20+ standard financial, game and player reports
• Comp players automatically with PokerPro Rewards

Have owned gaming casino NagaCorp for many years. Great Dividend. Travis wrote about in 2010.
”April Idea of the Month: Cambodian Slot Machines
Apr 19th, 2010”

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Travis Johnson, Stock Gumshoe
March 1, 2018 3:29 pm

Thanks Cleveland, I’ve dabbled in a few gaming equipment names over the years but haven’t ever looked at this one. Too tiny for conventional financials to mean much, and scary-tiny in my book, but it might be an interesting story if the product ends up doing well and has any kind of real patent protection — presumably it will be volatile, and these little family-controlled Vancouver microcaps have a way of churning through investor money and looking sometimes like “pump and dump” operations, so for folks new to these kinds fo stocks I’d tread very lightly (I don’t know anything specifically about this company, other than the five minutes I just spent browsing, but a $10 million company that has a bunch of family members on the board raises a yellow caution flag).

Nagacorp was a favorite of mine until I started to get cautious about its financing needs in 2013 and finally thought it should be sold in 2014, but it’s still a small and interesting company and it’s rare to have access to a meaningful publicly-traded company in Cambodia — I haven’t looked in detail at their financials in the past few years.

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