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Turning Stone Picks Konami

Turning Stone Picks Konami

New York’s Oneida Indian Nation, as part of the transformation of its Turning Stone Casino in Verona, New York, from a cashless system into a standard Class III casino, has turned to Konami Gaming for both systems and slots.

Konami announced that the Oneidas have selected Synkros, its popular casino management system, to monitor the new operation and provide player tracking. In the same announcement, Konami reported that Turning Stone has ordered 120 new Konami Class III slots for the operation.

“Turning Stone attracts 4.5 million visitors each year, and we are committed to offering the best products and the best service to our guests,” said Guy Renzi, vice president of gaming operations at Turning Stone. “The Synkros system from Konami provides us with tools that will help us to manage all aspects of our business in real time, so that we can continue to surprise and delight our guests with amazing experiences while contributing sustained revenues to the Oneida Nation and surrounding communities. We needed a system that could manage the gaming and non-gaming aspects of our business seamlessly.”

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