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CASINO DATA SYSTEMS ENTERS RENO MARKET WITH NEW CONTRACT

 LAS VEGAS, Sept. 16 /PRNewswire/ -- Casino Data Systems (NASDAQ: CSDS) (CDS) today announced the signing of an agreement to enter the Reno, Nev., market with it OASIS(TM) II slot accounting and player tracking system. A $900,000 contract has been signed with Circus Circus-Reno to replace the existing SDS-II slot data system by Bally Gaming with the new OASIS systems by CDS in a total of 1,598 slot machines.
 Expected to be on-line in January 1994, OASIS II will be "the most technologically advanced system of its kind in Reno," according to CDS President Steven A. Weiss. To accommodate this technology and system upgrade, Circus Circus-Reno will be removing its existing Bally system, originally installed in 1988, prior to the creation of the on-line, real time systems manufactured by CDS.
 Casino Data Systems' technology is currently installed in more than 18,000 slot machines, and the company holds contracts for several thousand additional machine installations in the months ahead. Earlier this week, CDS announced an expansion in the Laughlin, Nev., market with a $900,000 contract to install the OASIS II system in Don Laughlin's Riverside Resort & Casino.
 Based in Las Vegas, CDS is a leading supplier of on-line, real time slot accounting and player tracking technology to the gaming industry. Founded in 1990, CDS became a publicly traded company in April 1993.
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