LAS VEGAS, April 28, 2016 /PRNewswire/ -- Scientific Games Corporation ("Scientific Games" or "the Company") (NASDAQ: SMGS) today announced that Angel of the Winds Casino & Hotel, owned and operated by the Stillaguamish Tribe, has selected Scientific Games to provide a broad spectrum of casino-management systems solutions for its casino resort in Arlington, Washington – replacing a competitor's systems technology currently installed at Angel of the Winds.
"We did our due diligence, and after 10 months of research it was apparent why Scientific Games is an industry leader; no other company can provide integrated solutions of this breadth and depth," said Travis O'Neil, General Manager of the Angel of Winds Casino & Hotel. "We are especially excited about using iVIEW® DM and Elite Bonusing Suite™ applications to increase carded play, new player's club registrations, and most of all, add excitement across our casino floor. It was clear to us that these products separated Scientific Games' systems solutions well above the other options in the marketplace."
In addition to the broad array of systems applications, Angel of the Winds Casino & Hotel has added an additional 88 Scientific Games slot machines to its casino floor. The casino resort selected a mix of the Company's ALPHA™ 2 Pro Series™ Wave™ and ALPHA™ 2 Pro Series™ V27/27 slot platforms, as well as a portfolio of high-performing game content including Dragon Rising®, Precious Jade®, and Lucky Tree®.
Scientific Games Group Chief Executive of Gaming Derik Mooberry said, "Our extensive, integrated systems solutions will deliver a single view of the player, centralized management, and offer exciting new ways to attract, reward, and engage players while streamlining operations at Angel of the Winds Casino. At the same time, the casino resort has added some of our newest high-performing games and innovative game platforms that are designed to drive revenue and add excitement to their casino floor. We are truly honored by Angel of the Winds' confidence in Scientific Games."
The casino resort is installing nearly the entire Bally Systems™ suite to realize operating efficiencies and drive incremental revenue, including:
The SDS® slot-monitoring system which provides crucial data in real-time. SDS fully integrates with other systems, including the CMP™ player-tracking system.
Angel of the Winds Casino & Hotel is installing Scientific Games' iVIEW DMon-device messaging technology on each of its 1,127 gaming machines. The backward-compatible iVIEW DM solution enables gaming operators to present content, such as player account information, bonusing, promotional offers, directed marketing messages, drink ordering, and employee functions right on the main game screen or top screen – for touchscreen player's club access, marketing, and bonusing at the point of play.
Scientific Games' iVIEW technology is also the player user interface for the Elite Bonusing Suite, featuring 12 interactive applications that add dramatic levels of excitement on the casino floor through second-chance promotions and games, virtual-racing events, tournaments, flex rewards, and much more.
TheServizio™ Mobile Service Solutions suite of intelligent applications that send critical messages to employees about the casino floor.
The TableView™ table-management solution allows casino pit staff to enter and update player ratings digitally, replacing the manual ratings process and enabling casinos to reward table players as they do slot players.
Business Intelligence uses powerful visualization, reporting, campaign management, and predictive analytics to help casinos analyze the extensive data gathered from their business systems, providing actionable and analytically based business insights.
CoolSign™ is a media-management and marketing solution, which manages a casino's digital media enterprise from a central location.
Scientific Games Corporation (NASDAQ:SGMS) is a leading developer of technology-based products and services and associated content for worldwide gaming, lottery and interactive markets. The Company's portfolio includes gaming machines, game content and systems; table games products and shufflers; instant and draw-based lottery games; server-based lottery and gaming systems; sports betting technology; loyalty and rewards programs; and interactive content and services. For more information, please visit ScientificGames.com.
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