American gaming machine innovator Scientific Games Corporation has inked an agreement that will see it supply the Snoqualmie Casino in Washington with a suite of systems products as well as a selection of new table games and slots.
Located some 26 miles east of downtown Seattle, the Snoqualmie Casino boasts a 51,000 sq ft gaming floor offering 1,770 slots as well as 55 gaming tables. As part of its three-year deal with Scientific Games Corporation, the venue is to improve this portfolio by purchasing up to 800 of the innovator’s slots while incrementally replacing some 20 table games with newer units.
Las Vegas-based Scientific Games Corporation explained that the agreement will also see the King County enterprise install its TableView and SDS management systems along with its CMP player loyalty advance. The property, which is owned by the federally-recognized Snoqualmie Tribe, is to moreover begin gathering and analyzing operational and customer data utilizing the innovator’s Business Intelligence application.
As if this wasn’t enough, the venue in the city of Snoqualmie is due to moreover utilize Scientific Games Corporation’s Elite Bonusing Suite marketing solution, which will allow it to directly connect and reward players via iView and iView Display Manager on-device messaging technology.
Finally, the Snoqualmie Casino is to furthermore make use of Scientific Games Corporation’s Servizio and Beverage Ordering Service System innovations to enhance its on-the-floor services to customers.
Cath Burns, Gaming Systems Senior Vice-President for Scientific Games Corporation, declared that she was ‘honored’ that the Snoqualmie Casino has to become the 23rd venue out of the 30 tribal gaming properties in Washington to agree to install its systems.
“Scientific Games [Corporation] is thrilled that the Snoqualmie Casino has chosen our systems to manage its first-class gaming facility,” said Burns. “We look forward to establishing a long and successful partnership with the Snoqualmie Casino; providing quality products and services into the future.”