Saskatchewan Indian Gaming Authority selects Bally Technologies suite of solutions
February 23, 2012
Bally Technologies, a leader in slots, video machines, casino-management, interactive applications, and networked and server-based systems for the global gaming industry, announced an enterprise-wide agreement to provide systems solutions for six Saskatchewan Indian Gaming Authority (SIGA) casinos.
The Saskatchewan Indian Gaming Authority is a First Nations owned and operated gaming company. As the largest casino operator in the province, SIGA operates casinos in six different Saskatchewan communities. With annual revenues of approximately $250 million, SIGA entertains over 4 million guests annually.
Bally Technologies and Bally Gaming Canada, a wholly owned subsidiary, will replace the slot and table-game systems at all six SIGA casinos. The systems solutions will be connected to approximately 1,870 gaming machines and 60 table games.
The operator’s selection of Bally Technologies follows an extensive competitive procurement process. Bally will provide the SIGA casinos with its latest version of SDS Windows, which provides casino operations of all sizes with a competitive and scalable slot-management and player-tracking system. Bally will also install the award-winning iVIEW Display Manager (DM) player-user-interface with Elite Bonusing Suite; Bally Business Intelligence; TableView real-time table rating and player-tracking solution; and the full component of slot accounting and CMP player-tracking solutions.
“It is very humbling and rewarding that SIGA has chosen Bally’s systems solutions to enhance their technology and take their player communications and bonusing programs to the next level with our floor-wide solutions iVIEW DM and the Elite Bonusing Suite,” said Ramesh Srinivasan, president and chief operating officer of Bally Technologies. “As we continue to build on our momentum in the Canadian market, we truly value the opportunity to create a strong partnership with SIGA.”
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