Sycuan Casino taps Genesis Gaming’s table management system
November 13, 2012
Cajon, Calif.-based Sycuan Casino, owned and operated by the Sycuan Band of the
Kumeyaay Nation, has completed the installation of the BRAVO Pit and Poker
table management systems from Genesis Gaming Solutions, a leading provider of
table games management and player tracking solutions.
“We knew right away that the BRAVO systems were the way to go as far as gaming table management and player tracking for our casino,” said Wendy Reeve, director of casino operations for Sycuan Casino, in a prepared statement. “Both BRAVO Pit and BRAVO Poker systems are robust with features that help make operations easier and more accurately track table and player activities, which helps us to give our players a more gratifying experience.”
Installed on 42 gaming tables at Sycuan, the BRAVO Pit system is a complete table game management and player tracking system designed for more efficient player ratings and pit management utilizing electronic data collection. BRAVO Pit allows for easy input and tracking of all ratings and management functions. Players are rated electronically and given credit for play immediately.
The BRAVO Poker system, which is installed on all 17 tables in the Sycuan Poker Room, is a complete poker room management system that allows for accurate monitoring, tracking and managing of the entire poker room. BRAVO Poker enables poker room supervisors to monitor and manage most poker room functions, such as player tracking, lobby tracking, game setup and maintenance, waiting list functions, room statistics, player history, dealer speed, kiosk utilization, promotion tracking and complete tournament management.
“We are very proud that the Sycuan Casino chose both our BRAVO systems to manage all of their table games, in both their poker room and their pit,” said Randy Knust, president of Genesis Gaming Solutions. “Sycuan is a busy property with strong table game play and we are confident that the BRAVO Pit and Poker systems will facilitate better management of their table activities and make their operations and player rewards more efficient and effective.”
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