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Sun International Signs Atronic Deal

Sun International is going cashless: the South African company plans to add Atronic's CRYSTAL.net online platform to 877 gaming machines at its 11 African casinos.

Sun International Signs Atronic Deal

Sun International is going cashless: the South African company plans to add Atronic’s CRYSTAL.net online platform to 877 gaming machines at its 11 African casinos.

“It’s a great honor for Atronic that Sun International ahs decided to move to CRYSTAL.net by following the trend of providing the best services to their players,” said Atronic COO Thierry Aiglon. “This deal signifies a continued commitment to a trusted business relationship that started in 1991. Combined with CRYSTAL.net, Sun International’s existing chip cash cashless solution becomes even more attractive and interactive, and introduces enhanced player communication with a more personalized and compelling multi-media experience to the floor.”

CRYSTAL.net is a player-tracking platform that allows Sun International to market to its guests as well as streamline operations by building on the Atronic CRYSTAL WEB platform already in place.

“Staying ahead in today’s highly competitive gaming arena, Sun International will install CRYSTAL.net,” said Des Whitcher, director of gaming development and slots for Sun International. “This new player-tracking interface will enhance the overall customer experience through stunning graphics, personalized messaging and a variety of bonus concepts. We are installing CRYSTAL.net in all our slot prives.”

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