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Full House Installs Konami CMS at American Place

Full House Installs Konami CMS at American Place

Illinois’ newest casino destination, American Place near Chicago’s O’Hare Airport, has opened its temporary gaming hall with Konami’s award-winning systems technology, Synkros.

The Temporary by American Place will open shortly with approximately 1,000 slot machines, 50 table games and Synkros technology running throughout. The permanent American Place facility is scheduled to open approximately three years from now with a world-class casino, state-of-the-art sportsbook, premium boutique hotel, 1,500-seat live entertainment venue, and a wide array of eateries, bars, and other amenities.

“With Synkros at the core of the Temporary at American Place, our guests can immediately begin to connect with tailored rewards, offers, and communications across the site,” said Dan Lee, president and CEO of Full House Resorts. “When the permanent American Place casino makes its debut, the earned rewards and relationships will move seamlessly to the new facility, with even more entertainment opportunities.”

The Temporary at American Place is a beta site for the Synkros launch of Oracle Analytics, considered one of the nation’s leading options for business intelligence and analytics. Full House Resorts’ entire portfolio is powered by Synkros, including the Silver Slipper Casino and Hotel in Mississippi, which has pioneered the system since 2006.

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