Lottery Changes



Some Minnesota charities have been receiving notices encouraging them to sign up with a new e-pulltab manager by the end of July First.
                 
The Minneapolis Star Tribune says Express Games, Minnesota, the first and largest company distributing i-pad games in Minnesota, will cease business on July 31st.

A second firm, Acres 4.0, out of Las Vegas may be selling its Minnesota E-pulltab system.

Some Charities receiving the notices have been encouraged to sign on with a new pulltab manufacturer headed by Jim Weaver who is Express Games founder.

Weaver's new company is called Pilot Games Incorporated.

Not all of Minnesota's e-gaming will be affected.
                   
 

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Locations : Las VegasMinnesota
People : Jim Weaver
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