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Gametech International average salary is $34,560, median salary is $34,560 with a salary range from $34,560 to $34,560.
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Bilingual Elementary School Teacher 34,560-34,560 Henderson, TX, 75652 2010 Gametech International Bilingual Elementary School Teacher Salaries (1)
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  • GameTech International
  • Industry: Recreational Products
  • City: Reno, NV
  • GameTech International, Inc. designs, develops and markets interactive electronic bingo systems. The Company currently markets a fixed-base system with light-pen-activated monitors and portable handheld systems that can be played anywhere within a bingo hall. GameTech had approximately 7,000 fixed-base units and more than 46,000 handheld units operating in Indian, charity and commercial bingo halls at October 31, 2000. Both bingo systems display electronic bingo card images that have been purchased and played by a player for each bingo game.