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Tachi Palace Picks Aristocrat nLive

Slot and system manufacturer Aristocrat Technologies announced that California’s Tachi Palace Hotel & Casino will use Aristocrat’s nLive platform to create a free-play virtual casino in connection with its website.

Tachi Palace will be the first California casino to employ Aristocrat’s nLive technology for an online free-play site.

The Tachi Palace nLive free-play virtual casino will be designed to match the individual branding of the land-based casino. The site will be connected to the property’s brick-and-mortar casino through Aristocrat’s nLiveLink technology, which will empower Tachi Palace to reward its players for their play both in-casino and online.

“Our players have been telling us they want to continue their fun online when they are away from our casino, and we found the perfect solution with Aristocrat’s nLive,” said Tachi Palace General Manager Willie Barrios. “Now our players can both enjoy our casino online and get rewarded for their play online and in-casino. This will be a win-win for everyone, and we are very excited!”

nLive is a custom B2B online gaming solution with an online wager-ready platform, social gaming and managed services. Aristocrat’s nLive virtual casinos feature a mix of the best slot and table games, including an extensive Aristocrat content library as well as poker.

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