System now monitors more than 9,300 devices in Choctaw casinos throughout Oklahoma

Aristocrat’s Oasis 360 system has been enthusiastically embraced by the Choctaw Nation of Oklahoma. Oasis 360 now monitors more than 9,300 devices in Choctaw casinos throughout Oklahoma, including all devices at the stunning Choctaw Casino in Durant, which celebrated its grand opening earlier this month.

Aristocrat installed and deployed the Oasis 360 system at seven casinos in just over a year’s time, with each property becoming entirely Sentinel III Ethernet. The response at the property has been overwhelmingly positive, both from management and from customers.

Choctaw Executive Director of Gaming Janie Dillard said, “The support team, the company, the system – everything about it is spectacular. The partnership between Aristocrat and Choctaw has been wonderful.”

Choctaw Director of IT Rick Chronic added, “The system has been very stable and reliable. It is a lot easier to maintain than our previous system. We are generally very happy with it.”

Oasis 360’s monitoring for Choctaw includes: Broken Bow, 458 games; Durant Bingo, 717 games; Durant Resort, 4,617 games; Grant, 1,239 games; McAlester, 623 games; Pocola, 1,396 games; and Stringtown, 260 games.

Aristocrat President Nick Khin said, “We are honored with the trust the Choctaw Nation of Oklahoma has placed in us, and we are thrilled with the response from each of their properties. They tell us that employees and customers alike are very pleased with the Oasis system, and are we are grateful to our Systems Team for their incredible hard work and dedication to the Choctaw Nation.”

“With Aristocrat’s help, we rolled out seven properties in a little over a year and had a 3,000 game expansion in the process. We never missed a deadline, and I feel that Aristocrat and Choctaw are true partners,” said Choctaw Director of Accounting Christian Fenner.

“Aristocrat cares, they listen and they will go back out and do what you say. That is what I appreciate and respect about the company,” Dillard added.