Scientific Games Corporation will supply a range of casino management solutions to the Angel of the Winds Casino & Hotel, based in the Washington city of Arlington and operated by the Stillaguamish Tribe.

The deal will see Scientific Games replace a competitor’s system technology with its own, as well as delivering an additional 88 slot games to the casino floor. The casino has selected a number of the supplier’s ALPHA 2 Pro Series Wave and V27/27 slot platforms, as well as games such as Dragon Rising, Precious Jade and Lucky Tree.

Angel of the Winds will also install almost the entire suite of Bally Systems products to achieve operating efficiencies and drive incremental revenue. It will launch a series of products including slot monitoring systems, the iVIEW messaging systems and TableView management solutions as part of a major roll-out.

Our extensive, integrated systems solutions will deliver a single view of the player, centralized management, and offer exciting new ways to attract, reward, and engage players while streamlining operations at Angel of the Winds Casino,” Scientific Games chief executive of gaming Derik Mooberry .

“At the same time, the casino resort has added some of our newest high-performing games and innovative game platforms that are designed to drive revenue and add excitement to their casino floor,” he explained. “We are truly honoured by Angel of the Winds' confidence in Scientific Games.”

“We did our due diligence, and after 10 months of research it was apparent why Scientific Games is an industry leader; no other company can provide integrated solutions of this breadth and depth,” Angel of the Winds general manager Travis O’Neil added.

“We are especially excited about using iVIEW DM and Elite Bonusing Suite applications to increase carded play, new player's club registrations, and most of all, add excitement across our casino floor,” he continued. “It was clear to us that these products separated Scientific Games' systems solutions well above the other options in the marketplace.”