Auburn, Wash.-based Muckleshoot Casino will deploy multiple digital signage solutions from CastNET, a leading digital signage provider for the gaming industry based in Eden Prairie, Minn.
Owned and operated by the Muckleshoot Indian Tribe, Muckleshoot Casino opened in April 1995 and is one of the largest gaming facilities in the Pacific Northwest, offering more than 3,100 video gaming machines, over 70 table games and 32 poker tables.
CastNET has partnered with Muckleshoot Casino to design and integrate an enterprise-level, 1080 resolution, IPTV digital signage system. The property will take advantage of the CastNET centralized system to schedule and broadcast content to more than 300 screens. CastNET’s advanced software and hardware features allow both digital media content and cable TV channels to be displayed on every screen. The system will drive visual communications throughout the property, including the gaming floor, back of house and outdoor marquee.
“CastNET’s custom content system allows us to enrich guest experience by delivering visually impactful communications, simply and clearly,” said Conrad Granito, general manager of Muckleshoot Casino. “The system’s ease of use combined with its ability to seamlessly connect with our expansive video platform made for a winning partnership.”
As a division of Alpha Video & Audio, CastNET has more than 45 years of experience in designing and integrating audiovisual systems and is uniquely qualified to provide casinos with a “one-stop shop” for any digital signage application.
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