New York-listed International Game Technology (IGT) has signed an agreement with Montreign Operating Company to roll out its casino management systems for Resorts World Catskills, a new casino venue set to open early next year in New York State.

Resorts World Catskills will deploy a range of IGT solutions on its gaming floor, including the supplier's IGT Advantage systems, as well as a range of gaming terminals and Cardless Connect technology to facilitate mobile payments and loyalty programme access.

"We wish to thank Resorts World Catskills for sharing IGT's commitment to innovation. From our casino management systems and mobile technologies to the leading floor share of IGT games, we're bringing some of the best solutions from across our portfolio to Resorts World Catskills," said Nick Khin, IGT chief commercial officer, North America gaming and interactive.

"We expect Resorts World Catskills to deliver a world-class entertainment experience that can set a new standard of excellence for casino operations and player engagement."

IGT Advantage will provide a number of solutions to interact with patrons, including the selection of bonusing applications, and will also look to increase service capabilities and reduce player downtime through its mobile products.

Terminals including the CrystalCurve ULTRA and True 4D machines are to be launched alongside its CrytalDual + Stepper, S3000XL and MEGATOWER machines, offering a range of IGT's most popular games.

"In partnering with IGT, we are able to provide our customers with unique gaming technology and features that will differentiate Resorts World Catskills from the competition," Montreign president and CEO Ryan Eller said. "Leveraging IGT's innovative products will help us to exceed our patrons' expectations, providing them with new and exciting experiences while driving loyalty to our brand."

Shares in International Game Technology plc (Co.Data) (NYQ:IGT) closed down 1.19 per cent at US$23.71 per share in New York Wednesday.