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Miami Valley Gaming Picks Bally Systems

Miami Valley Gaming Picks Bally Systems

Slot and system manufacturer Bally Technologies announced that Ohio’s Miami Valley Gaming racino has installed its systems solutions. Bally’s iVIEW Display Manager picture-in-picture-style player-user interface and Elite Bonusing Suite (EBS) will be deployed floor-wide on 1,600 video lottery terminals, enabling interactive, floor-wide player-bonusing events.

Miami Valley Gaming will use EBS to add bonus events across its iVIEW network using real-time promotions such as Virtual Racing, DM Tournaments, Virtual Racing NASCAR, Flex Rewards, U-Spin bonusing and Power Winners.

The property, a joint venture between Delaware North Companies Gaming & Entertainment and Churchill Downs Inc., opened in December. It features 1,600 VLTs, a racing simulcast center, several restaurants, and Miami Valley Raceway, a 5/8-mile harness racetrack.

“We chose Bally systems following a very thorough and competitive joint evaluation process between Churchill Downs and Delaware North that included deep discussions surrounding value and ROI specifically for the Ohio market,” said Churchill Downs Senior Vice President of Gaming Operations Austin Miller.

Miami Valley also selected other products from Bally’s systems portfolio, including the SDS slot management system to manage casino, slots, and hospitality data; CMP player-tracking system; Soft GMU solution to increase operational efficiency; Business Intelligence (BI) application to analyze and visualize data; and others.

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