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IGT strikes Little Creek deal

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lier IGT is to provide its casino management systems to Little Creek Casino Resort in Washington.

Following a competitive bidding process, IGT secured a complete systems replacement agreement.

Little Creek has selected the firm's Advantage systems with Media Manager and floor-wide Service Window, enhanced by Xtra Credit, Point Play and Point Pursuit intelligent bonusing applications.

The Resort will also feature the Virtual Drawing Manager and Table Manager applications.

IGT says the installation is designed to "enhance player experiences while optimizing efficiencies" across more than 1,200 electronic gaming machines and 16 table games.

Little Creek Casino Resort CEO Mark West said: "We believe the investment in IGT systems reflects our investment in bringing players the best gaming experiences and customer service available today and for the future."

Nick Khin, IGT Senior Vice President of Sales, North America Gaming & Interactive, added that his firm has won "multiple highly competitive systems bids in the Pacific Northwest by introducing new bonusing applications and sophisticated player engagement solutions".

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