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Now, I’ll turn the call over to our President and Chief Executive Officer, Patrick Ramsey.
Thank you, Jerry, and good morning everyone. Thank you for joining us on this call. Joining me this morning in Austin is Jerry Smith, General Counsel; Adam Chibib, our Chief Financial Officer, and Mick Roemer, our Senior Vice President of Sales.I’m pleased to report that the momentum we had throughout fiscal 2011 has continued into 2012. This morning, we reported first quarter revenues of 34.8 million, up 22% year-over-year, and diluted earnings per share of $0.21 versus a loss of $0.05 last year, a great start to fiscal 2012. There are several items that drove these particularly strong EPS results, which Adam will review in more detail, but I’ll start at the top. If you recall on our fiscal 2011 year-end conference call in November, I reviewed four key initiatives that would be integral to MGAM’s success in 2012. As our first quarter results indicate, we are off to a successful start in executing against each of these initiatives. First, our top priority is to continue to expand the footprint of MGAM products throughout the country, both through selling our product and expanding our pace in recurring revenue units. In the first quarter, we achieved strong results for both aspects of our business. Recurring revenue grew approximately $3 million year-over-year or 13% despite a million dollar decline in our Mexican business. We achieved good results out of Oklahoma, our largest market, where revenue increased approximately 2% year-over-year or by $300,000. The main drivers of growth in our gaming operation segment came from our central determinant system in New York (inaudible) from our recurring revenue generated by an expanded domestic footprint of both Class II and Class III products outside of Oklahoma. New York Lottery revenues grew over 1.2 million or 60% year-over-year, and domestic recurring revenue outside of Oklahoma and the New York Lottery grew over 2.4 million or 68%.