Scientific Games (SGMS) falls 0.34% for January 14

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Today, Scientific Games Corporation Inc’s (NASDAQ: SGMS) stock fell $0.21, accounting for a 0.34% decrease. Scientific Games opened at $60.96 before trading between $63.88 and $59.78 throughout Friday’s session. The activity saw Scientific Games’s market cap fall to $5,916,211,346 on 717,295 shares -below their 30-day average of 925,672.

Scientific Games employs around 9700 people with a head office in Las Vegas, Nevada.

About Scientific Games Corporation

Scientific Games Corporation is a world leader in entertainment offering dynamic games, systems and services for casino, lottery, social gaming, online gaming and sports betting. Scientific Games offers the gaming industry's broadest and most integrated portfolio of game content, advanced systems, cutting-edge platforms and professional services. Committed to responsible gaming, Scientific Games delivers what customers and players value most: trusted security, engaging entertainment content, operating efficiencies and innovative technology.

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