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Ameristar Picks Aristocrat Oasis

Slot and system manufacturer Aristocrat Technologies announced that it has elected to keep the Aristocrat Oasis 360 casino management system in place at six casinos in Colorado, Iowa, Mississippi, Missouri and Nevada.

The systems, which monitor a total of 11,000 games, were chosen over several others in a competitive RFP process.

“This was an exceptionally challenging RFP process in which we were battling head-to-head against every other major supplier’s system,” said Nick Khin, president of Aristocrat Technologies. “We are absolutely thrilled that Ameristar, with every choice available to it, chose to continue our eight-year partnership. We are very confident in our product, and in our team, and we know that we will continue to deliver everything that Ameristar expects so that it can continue to provide outstanding service to their players.”?     

“We carefully scrutinized every major system available, with the goal of finding the system that best suited our extensive marketing goals, added Sheleen Quish, chief information officer of Ameristar. “We chose to stay with Aristocrat because we believe the Oasis 360 system is extremely powerful and Aristocrat’s future development path is aligned with our corporate initiatives.”

Oasis 360 is used by nearly 270 casinos in North America, according to Aristocrat, more than any other system.

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