Scientific Games Wins Integrated Systems, Games and Cabinets Business of Oklahoma's Absentee Shawnee Tribe
LAS VEGAS, Feb. 9, 2016 /PRNewswire/ -- Scientific Games Corporation ("Scientific Games" or "the Company") today announced the Absentee Shawnee Tribe of Oklahoma ("the Tribe") has selected its integrated Bally Systems Suite, 300 player-favorite games and WMS and Bally cabinet platforms at its Thunderbird casinos in Norman and Shawnee, Oklahoma.
The Tribe is replacing a competitor's system with a comprehensive solution from Scientific Games, which includes SDS, CMP, Elite Bonusing Suite, iVIEW Display Manager, and Business Intelligence. In addition, the Tribe is expanding its gaming portfolio with 300 new Scientific Games wide-area progressive and other leased games on a participation basis, including Dragon Spin on the Pro Wave 360, Quick Hit 24 Karat on the Alpha 2 Pro Curve, and Jungle Warrior on the Blade S32.
"We are ecstatic that the Tribe has selected Scientific Games to help grow their business with our powerful marketing, management, business intelligence and analytics solutions," said Bob Parente, Chief Revenue Officer, Gaming, at Scientific Games.
As part of the Scientific Games Systems suite, the Tribe will take advantage of these product innovations to drive player engagement:
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