LAS VEGAS, Feb. 4, 2016 /PRNewswire/ -- Scientific Games Corporation ("Scientific Games" or "the Company") today announced that Marnell Gaming has selected the Company's Bally Systems Suite for its two casinos in Laughlin, Nevada, the Colorado Belle Hotel and Casino and the Edgewater Hotel and Casino.
Marnell Gaming is replacing a competitor's product with Scientific Games' casino management systems suite to drive operational efficiencies and delight players. The systems installation at both casinos will include SDS, CMP, Elite Bonusing Suite, iVIEW, iVIEW Display Manager and Business Intelligence.
"We are thrilled that Marnell Gaming will implement our robust marketing, management, business intelligence and powerful analytics solutions to help grow their casino business," said Bob Parente, Chief Revenue Officer, Gaming at Scientific Games.
Under the new agreement, the properties will be able to take advantage of these product innovations to drive player engagement:
- SDS provides crucial game-monitoring data in real-time and fully integrates with other key system components, including the CMP player-tracking system.
- Elite Bonusing Suite helps operators increase coin-in, carded play, new-card signups, and extended play experiences across the casino floor.
- iVIEW is an interactive touchscreen that improves the player experience.
- iVIEW Display Manager presents picture-in-picture display and interactions for self-service player-account access, marketing messages, and secondary bonus games on the main game screen – without interrupting play.
- Business Intelligence lets casino operators analyze and visualize casino, slot and hospitality data.
About Marnell Gaming
Marnell Gaming's Colorado Belle and Edgewater Casino Resorts are located in Laughlin, Nevada in the center of the Laughlin Strip. The combined properties have over 2,300 recently remodeled hotel rooms, nine dining venues, more than 1,600 of the industry's newest games, and offer headline entertainment at two locations, including the 10,000 seat Laughlin Event Center. The properties are owned and operated by Marnell Gaming, LLC, a limited liability corporation that develops, expands and acquires gaming-related properties and is focused on providing a unique portfolio of gaming offerings to its guests.
About Scientific Games
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 utilities; 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 www.scientificgames.com.
Scientific Games, Bally, Bally Systems, SDS, CMP, Elite Bonusing Suite and iVIEW are marks owned in the United States and elsewhere by Scientific Games or one or more of its wholly-owned subsidiaries. © 2016 Scientific Games. All rights reserved.
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