At this year’s at Global Gaming Expo (G2E) trade show, Shooting Star Casino, owned and operated by the White Earth Nation, declared its intent to enter into a multi-property systems agreement with Sydney-based Aristocrat Leisure Limited (ALL:ASE), according to G3 Newswire.
Aristocrat’s award-winning casino management system Oasis 360, which according to the company is the most widely used system in North America, was chosen by Shooting Star for its newest Minnesota property, Star Lake Casino just east of Dent in Otter Tail County. In addition, Shooting Star also chose the gaming manufacturer’s Oasis HALo loyalty platform, TrackIt table rating system, and player portal for installation at its three Minnesota properties.
Shooting Star Resort’s General Manager Bill Marsh, said, “We’ve been working with Aristocrat for many years, and after doing extensive due diligence we determined that Aristocrat was the right choice for our business as we plan to open our new resort in the first quarter of 2018. It was clear after a comprehensive review that Aristocrat is committed to their systems business, and we are pleased to partner with them moving forward. We believe they have the best leadership in the industry and are the premier provider of both games and systems,” according to the news agency.
The epitome of Aristocrat’s power of connection, Oasis 360 casino management system’s four pillars, including Accounting, Marketing, Operations, and Services, aid operators in the successful management and marketing of their casinos.
In August, the White Earth Nation opened its new Shooting Star Casino located on the Clearwater County Highway 27 between Ebro and Bagley. The tribe has recently come under fire from a group opposed to its plan to build a third casino in the northern portion of the state. According to a report, the Star Lake Concerned Citizens Group has concerns regarding the effect run-off from the proposed casino near the small village of Dent could have on the lake and its surrounding wetlands.