Progressive Gaming Responds to Lawsuit - Saturday 17th of December 2005

LAS VEGAS(BUSINESS WIRE)Dec. 15, 2005Progressive Gaming International Corporation (NASDAQ: PGIC) a leading provider of diversified products and services used in the gaming industry worldwide announced today that the recent press release by Interactive Systems Worldwide Inc. (ISWI) alleging patent infringement is without merit.

Executive Vice President and General Counsel Rob Ziems stated: "We believe this claim is baseless and cannot be supported by the facts. Our real-time wagering system uses a live person to establish available wagers vs. relying on a computer to calculate and change odds based on wagers received. As such, we believe the methodology utilized by our system does not infringe the ISWI patents. We take pride in the strength of our intellectual property and the extensive research that is performed in the development of our gaming innovations."

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