M3T, VGT DELIVER GAMING SOLUTION TO WASHINGTON CASINO
February 19, 2010
M3 Technology Solutions, LLC and Video Gaming Technologies, Inc. have partnered to offer an integrated hardware/software solution for The Point Casino.
M3t enters the Washington casino market after securing its license from the Washington State Gaming Commission’s stringent licensing process.
The combined M3t and VGT solution offers management of The Point Casino a simple, scalable and cost-effective casino management system called the M3t Vault, which tracks player preferences and the productivity of VGT’s leading games, such as REDBALL Bingo and Lucky Ducky. The product will allow casino management to create the best gaming floor possible for its players and help increase the performance of individual games.
VGT is a leading manufacturer of games for Class II and emerging markets. The two companies offer a combined solution for ticket-in/ticket-out (TITO), player’s club and more with the use of VGTs games and the M3t Vault system.
“VGT has partnered with M3t in other states for many years. M3t brings two decades of gaming software expertise and one of the best casino management systems on the market. We are pleased that our gaming machines will provide a complementary solution to The Point Casino,” said Steve Wilson, VGT’s Western Division director.
“We are excited to enter the Washington market and particularly pleased to launch the M3t Vault in partnership with VGT’s leadership in gaming machines. We will continue to develop partnerships where we can offer casinos and resorts the best possible integrated solutions,” said Kent Bowden, chief executive officer of M3t.
“As many casino resort operators pull through the recession, it is important for GMs to look for solutions that can provide the necessary business intelligence on the best performing games to help manage their casinos. We always look for innovative ways to bring the most excitement to our players and to manage our casino in the best possibly way,” said Johnny Winokur, director of operations at The Point Casino.
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