US gaming supplier Scientific Games has been selected by the Quinault Beach Resort and Casino to provide technology, games and interactive solutions for a project to expand the Washington-based property's casino offering.

The resort’s $25m expansion project, which is due to be completed later in 2016, will add 70 per cent more casino space, allowing the venue to accommodate additional slot machines.

This prompted the management to upgrade its legacy Bally casino management system with Scientific Games’ SDS slot accounting and player tracking systems.

It will add 100 new Scientific Games slot platforms and games, including the ALPHA 2 Pro Wave and ALPHA 2 Pro V27/27 and V22/22 slot cabinets, as well as titles such as 88 Fortunes, Ca$h’m If You Can, Precious Jade, Lucky Tree and a selection of branded titles.

Quinault Beach will also employ the supplier’s SG Universe mobile casino solution, which provides operators with free-play casino content even outside the venue, using the supplier’s Mobile Concierge, VenueBet and Play4Fun Network products to increase player engagement between casino trips.

“We went through a rigorous selection process before choosing to partner with Scientific Games, and ultimately it came down to which solutions would help us increase player satisfaction and coin-in,” Quinault Beach chief executive Don Kajans commented.

“The Scientific Games' integrated systems and interactive portfolio will enable one single view of our player across multiple channels, providing us with powerful, actionable business intelligence that we'll use to create even more engaging experiences for our patrons.”

“The fact that Quinault Beach chose our games, systems, and interactive solutions for their casino upgrade reflects confidence in our solutions to deliver tangible business value,” Scientific Games president and CEO Gavin Isaacs added.

“SG Universe integrates with our SDS system to provide a 360-degree view of the player – which is critical in attracting more revenue growth, increasing overall operational agility, and enabling better customer experiences. We are greatly appreciative of this expanded partnership with Quinault Beach.”

Shares in Scientific Games Corporation (Co. Data) (NYSE:SGMS) closed down 1.17 per cent at $9.27 per share in New York Thursday.