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Choctaws Choose Aristocrat System

The Choctaw Nation of Oklahoma has chosen Aristocrat Technologies’ Oasis 360 casino management system for seven of its casino properties in Oklahoma.

When completed, Oasis 360 will be installed on more than 6,700 gaming devices across the Choctaw Nation enterprises, which are a mix of Class II and Class III casinos. Aristocrat will be installing Oasis 360 casino-by-casino beginning in March and is expected to complete the last installation prior to the end of 2009.

The first installation will take place at the new Choctaw Casino Stringtown in Stringtown, Oklahoma. After all installations are completed, the firm will install its OneCard system, which will allow players to play for points and redeem across the entire Choctaw enterprise. In addition, Aristocrat will assist Choctaw Casinos in the development and launch of individual players clubs at each Choctaw location.

“Our old system had several obstacles that kept us from providing the level of customer services that we envisioned and planned for,” said Janie Dillard, executive director of Choctaw’s casinos. “After reviewing all of the systems options available to us, we believe we have found the answers we were looking for and a great partner for our properties in the Oasis 360 solution.”

“We are thrilled that Aristocrat and Oasis 360 were chosen as the new systems partner by the Choctaw Nation,” added Nick Khin, president of Aristocrat Technologies. “We are confident that the new Oasis 360 solution from Aristocrat is the perfect fit for the Choctaw Nation.”

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