Red Lake Gaming Partners with Konami to Manage Seven Clans Casinos Using SYNKROS

Red Lake Gaming, the owner Seven Clans Casinos, has partnered with Konami Gaming to run its chain of casinos using SYNKROS casino management system. As per reports, Red Lake Gaming will launch SYNKROS across various premiere Northern Minnesota venues, which include Seven Clans Warroad, Red Lake, and Thief River Falls.

Speaking of vision of the firm and reason for picking SYNKROS, Ray Brenny, CEO of Red Lake Gaming, said our aim is to provide “superior service, comfort, convenience and exhilarating gaming entertainment” experience at Seven Clans Casinos. In that context, Konami’s SYNKROS matched our expectations and “was the top choice to drive our casino portfolio ahead of the curve,” added Brenny.

Konami’s casino management system will be used to run more than 1,500 slots and 10 live table games. It is state-of-the-art technology with a record system uptime of 99.9%. As per the agreement, the players visiting Seven Clans Casinos will get new and exciting tournaments, rewards, and mystery bonus events after the rolling out of SYNKROS system. The advanced technology of “SYNKROS and a single ecosystem provide a reliable foundation to support both our immediate and long-term objectives,” said Frances Graves, marketing director at Red Lake Gaming Enterprises.

The new system will have a single card system across the chain of casinos that will allow guests to enjoy seamless loyalty rewards across various venues of the company. Additionally, the casino will introduce system-delivered True-Time Tournaments to engage the players. Moreover, Super Series and electronic promotional drawings are also going to draw the attention of gamers and will provide them with an opportunity to win prizes and cash awards.

Regarding the latest partnership, Jay Bertsch, VP of global systems sales at Konami Gaming, urged,

Jay Bertsch, VP of global systems sales at Konami Gaming, urged,

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