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IGT Installs Advantage System in Hanoi

IGT Installs Advantage System in Hanoi

International Game Technology PLC announced that Bao Son International Hotel Versaces Club in Hanoi City, Vietnam is replacing its existing casino management system with the IGT Advantage CMS to operate its loyalty program, monitor and optimize its casino floor, and perform a range of other essential functions.

In addition, Versaces Club has implemented the IGT Advantage Lucky Coin bonusing module to enhance the property’s player loyalty program.

Offering a deep and robust range of modules in the industry, the IGT Advantage CMS drives operators’ vision for growth and provides exceptional player experiences, setting properties apart from their competition.

IGT’s Lucky Coin bonusing module is a pool-based, mystery-style jackpot that can hit any time, increasing carded play and improving a casino’s brand equity. It is system-generated, which means the jackpot can hit regardless of game outcome. The operator determines a range for the award amount, and what percentage of the coin-in amounts will increment the bonus pool. This bonus can be carded or uncarded, and can pay fixed or progressive amounts.

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