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7 Aug 2009

Konami Gaming, Inc. Announces Beat the Field™ Launch

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Las Vegas, NV, August 7, 2009


Beat the Field is a community style, four-level progressive, which features horse racing in its bonus round. One of the four progressive levels is awarded in each bonus round and all eligible players receive consolation credits.


Corey Plummer, Vice President of Slots at Red Hawk, says, “Beat the Field has been a tremendous success since its launch on July 15. Our players enjoy the excitement of the horse race bonus and the community style game play.”


Ross O’Hanley, Senior Director of Marketing at Konami Gaming, Inc., says, “Konami is very pleased to launch Beat the Field at Red Hawk Casino. We appreciate the opportunity to partner with Red Hawk for the debut of our premium progressive product. We are thrilled that Beat the Field has performed extremely well from the start, and look forward to continued success at the property.”


About Red Hawk Casino.


Red Hawk Casino, which is located just 20 minutes east of Sacramento, is owned by the Shingle Springs Tribal Gaming Authority, an instrumentality of the Shingle Springs Band of Miwok Indians. The property is managed by Lakes Entertainment, Inc. and blends a full complement of gaming excitement with the natural beauty of Northern California. Red Hawk Casino features 2,100 slot machines, 75 table games, six restaurants, four bars, and covered parking.


About Konami Gaming, Inc.


Konami Gaming, Inc. is a Las Vegas-based subsidiary of KONAMI CORPORATION (NYSE: KNM). The company is a leading designer and manufacturer of slot machines and casino management systems for the global gaming market. For more information about Konami Gaming, Inc., please visit http://www.konamigaming.com


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Leah Steinhardt, Marketing Manager
steinhardt0410@konamigaming.com

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