Konami Gaming’s Synkros CMS deployed at Seven Clans Casinos

Konami Gaming Synkros Seven Clans Casino
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Konami Gaming’s Synkros casino management system has been selected by Red Lake Gaming Enterprises, operator of Seven Clans Casinos.

 

Red Lake Gaming is scheduled to launch Synkros across its portfolio of premiere Northern Minnesota venues, including Seven Clans Warroad, Red Lake, and Thief River Falls. In total, the rollout will reach more than 1,500 slots and 10 live table games with industry- leading 99.9 percent system uptime.

“Superior service, exhilarating gaming entertainment, comfort, and convenience have long been at the forefront of our guest experience at Seven Clans Casinos,” said Ray Brenny, CEO at Red Lake Gaming Enterprises. “Considering this legacy and our vision for continued growth, Konami’s Synkros was the top choice to drive our casino portfolio ahead of the curve.”

Frances Graves, marketing director at Red Lake Gaming reports the company will host a range of “new promotions, tournaments, rewards, and mystery bonus events” at all its locations with the upcoming Synkros launch.

“Synkros’ advanced technology and single ecosystem provide the reliable foundation to support both our immediate and long-term objectives,” she added.

Konami’s Synkros will power a single card system across all properties, allowing guests to enjoy seamless loyalty rewards from any of the company’s landmark locations. Additionally, players will have the opportunity to engage in system delivered True-Time Tournaments, SuperSeries floor-wide bonusing, and electronic promotional drawings, with a broad variety of potential prizes and cash awards.

“Seven Clans Casino properties stand out in a competitive region for providing an incredible retreat— from the atmosphere to the amenities,” said Jay Bertsch, VP of global systems sales at Konami Gaming. “Konami is committed to connecting closely with properties through the upcoming launch and beyond, to maximise results for players, administrators, community members, and leadership.”


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