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John Xidos, Ross MacDougall, David Carrigan, Gary Hammond, Pamela Little, Bruce Reid: Distributed gaming system. Tech Link International Entertainment, Roylance Abrams Berdo & Goodman, December 22, 1998: US05851149 (803 worldwide citation)

The Distributed Gaming System provides a user with remote location gaming, for example from within a hotel room. Using the room's television and a remote control, the user, such as a hotel guest, is able to play games similar to those available on a Video Lottery Terminal. The games are displayed on ...


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Campo James A: Distributed gaming system and method. Arrow Internat, July 2, 2003: GB2383544-A (4 worldwide citation)

A distributed gaming system, and method, comprises a host device (100, Fig 7) and at least one peripheral device (102) in communication with the host device. The peripheral device (102) executes at least two games simultaneously. The outcome of at least one of the games is dependent on aspects of an ...


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Thierry Brunet de Courssou, Cameron Anthony Filipour: Regulated gaming—agile media player for controlling games. IGT, Griffiths & Seaton PLLC, July 23, 2013: US08491391 (1 worldwide citation)

A method for agile downloading and controlling regulated games in a distributed gaming system, the games being selected from a large library of certified games. A preferred embodiment of the method is a plug-in for the ubiquitous personal media player whereby the regulated games distributed on CD-RO ...


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Xidos John, Macdougall Ross, Carrigan David, Hammond Gary, Little Pamela, Reid Bruce: Systeme de jeux et paris pour hotels, Distributed gaming system. Xidos John, Macdougall Ross, Carrigan David, Hammond Gary, Little Pamela, Reid Bruce, Tech Link International Entertainment, HICKS & ASSOCIATES, February 25, 2003: CA2150215 (1 worldwide citation)

A hotel gaming system provides a hotel guest with in-room gaming. Using the room's television and a remote control, the guest is able to play games similar to those available on a Video Lottery Terminal. The games are displayed on the TV through the use of a TV set-top box. The set top box connects ...


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Miles Arnone, Frank Cire, Caitlyn Ross: Head-to-head and tournament play for enriched game play environment. Gamblit Gaming, Caitlyn Ross, April 18, 2017: US09626836

Systems for enhanced head-to-head hybrid gaming are provided. A network distributed enhanced head-to-head hybrid game system has a real world server connected to a game world engine by a network, wherein the real world server is constructed to: receive from the game world server via the network, a t ...


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Dean P Alderucci: Verifying a gaming device is in communications with a gaming server by passing an indicator between the gaming device and a verification device. CFPH, June 20, 2017: US09685036

A system includes a verification server and a gaming server, which provides gaming activities and possibly other services to a player through a gaming device. The system further includes a verification device in communications with the verification server. The verification server passes an indicator ...


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Dean P Alderucci: Determining that a gaming device is communicating with a gaming server. CFPH, March 7, 2017: US09590965

A gaming server provides activities and/or services to a player through a gaming device. To verify whether the gaming device is communicating with the gaming server, a verification server may send an indicator to the gaming device, via the gaming server, and also send the indicator to a verification ...


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Joze Pececnik: Second player electronic wagering system. INTERBLOCK D D, Mark A Litman & Associates P A, March 21, 2017: US09600971

A wagering apparatus enables play of that game on an underlying electronic gaming apparatus. The apparatus includes: a) a first player position and input controls at the first player position; b) the processor is in communication with the first player input controls; c) a first player seat at each f ...


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John Xidos, Ross Macdougall, David Carrigan: Distributed gaming system. Tech Link International Entertainment, ma ying, August 19, 1998: CN96195522

The Distributed Gaming System provides a user with remote location gaming, for example from within a hotel room. Using the room's television and a remote control, the user, such as a hotel guest, is able to play games similar to those available on a Video Lottery Terminal. The games are displayed on ...



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