Rama Gaming House in Ontario now offers even more great gaming services thanks to a deal with Scientific Games Corporation. The software provider has completed the first installation of cloud-hosted solutions at the gaming center, adding SDS and CMP core systems. The installation also includes the Elite Bonusing Suite on the iVIEW 4 display.
Rama Gaming House General Manager Don James commented on the installation stating that the facility is the first Charity Gaming Centre in Ontario to launch the solution from Scientific Games. They are also the first to launch it in their jurisdiction.
The facility looks forward to utilizing the applications in the suite to enhance gaming floor operations and the overall player experience.
With the SDS installation, Rama Gaming House will be able to use the slot-accounting system to monitor machines and other gaming devices. The player activity can also be monitored onsite. With CMP, the facility will be able to complete player tracking and maintain customer relationships.
With the unique iVIEW 4 setup, the player interface will allow operators to provide marketing content on gaming machines. Animations and videos can be shown on the multi-touch display. The system uses HTML5 graphics and web widgets so that marketing content can be updated as needed throughout the property.
Scientific Games Chief Revenue Officer and Executive Vice President Bob Parente commented on the new deal as well stating: “Our cloud-based solutions are a dynamic offering, and we anticipate great results from this installation at Rama Gaming House. These solutions are highly effective and sophisticated and are just the next step in the evolution of our systems products. By hosting these solutions in the cloud, we can provide more services for our partners, at a lower cost.”