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Angel of the Winds, Quinalt Beach Pick Scientific Games

Diversified gaming supplier Scientific Games announced two agreements to provide system solutions to casinos in Washington.

Angel of the Winds Casino & Hotel in Arlington, Washington, owned and operated by the Stillaguamish Tribe, has selected Scientific Games to provide a broad spectrum of casino-management systems solutions for its casino resort, replacing a competitor’s systems technology.

In addition to the broad array of systems applications, Angel of the Winds has added an additional 88 Scientific Games slot machines to its casino floor. The casino resort selected a mix of the company’s Alpha 2 Pro Series Wave and Alpha 2 Pro Series V27/27 slot platforms, as well as a portfolio of high-performing game content including Dragon Rising, Precious Jade and Lucky Tree.

In a separate release, Scientific Games announced the Quinault Beach Resort and Casino in Ocean Shores, Washington, has selected the company’s systems, games and interactive solutions for its new casino expansion.

The $25 million Quinault Beach Resort expansion project, scheduled to be complete later this year, will add 70 percent more casino space to accommodate additional slot machines.

As part of this major upgrade to its resort amenities, Quinault elected to upgrade its legacy Bally casino-management system with Scientific Games’ modern SDS slot accounting and player-tracking systems.

To elevate excitement on the larger casino floor, Quinault Beach Resort is adding 100 new Scientific Games slot platforms and games, and also selected SG Universe, a holistic mobile solution with compelling content for land-based casino operators to connect with players everywhere, with a single view of the player through Core Systems Integration.

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