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Florida's Seminoles Select Bally iVIEW DM

Florida's Seminoles  Select Bally iVIEW DM

Slot and system manufacturer Bally Technologies announced that the Seminole Tribe of Florida Inc. is implementing Bally’s iVIEW Display Manager and Elite Bonusing Suite solutions at its Seminole Casino Coconut Creek.

As part of its major casino expansion at the property, the Seminole Tribe is implementing the iVIEW DM player-user-interface on the majority of the casino’s 2,400 games across the casino floor. Used together, iVIEW DM and the Elite Bonusing Suite applications enable interactive, floor-wide player-bonusing applications such as instant slot tournaments, virtual-racing events, and U-Spin real-time bonusing (on most gaming devices with a touch-screen display) without interrupting base-game play.

The Seminole Tribe’s investment in iVIEW DM and the Elite Bonusing Suite follows an enterprise-wide agreement that they signed last spring to upgrade their operations with Bally’s SDS Windows slot-management and slot-accounting system at six casinos in Florida.

Along with the new investments in Bally products, Seminole Gaming is using a host of other Bally solutions throughout its operations, which boast the largest high-speed game-to-system (G2S) network in the gaming industry using Bally’s systems since 2007.

Every one of the more than 11,000 games in the Seminole casinos features Bally’s iVIEW player-user-interface display, and the Seminole Tribe also uses Bally Command Center for centralized upload of iVIEW content; eTICKET for ticket-in/ticket-out, Bally Power Bonusing for bonusing, gaming, and promotions; Tableview for real-time table ratings and table management; and CMP for casino accounting, financial audits, reporting and compliance, player ratings, and management of player loyalty programs.