MONTGOMERY, Ala. (AP) - Alabama Attorney General Luther Strange says the nation's three largest manufacturers of gambling machines have agreed to remove their equipment from closed electronic bingo casinos.
Strange said Friday the companies will begin removing their machines next week from VictoryLand in Shorter, Country Crossing in Dothan and White Hall Entertainment Center in Lowndes County. International Gaming Technology, Bally Technologies and Multimedia Games plan to complete the removal within 60 days.
Strange said two other manufacturers, Cadillac Jack and Hest Technology, have already picked up their machines.
The agreement does not affect the three Indian casinos which are operating in Atmore, Montgomery and Wetumpka.
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