Danielle Chapel, Director of Marketing at Black Oak Casino Resort, said: "The QCI platform delivers several technology solutions that will be leveraged by the resort to drive additional revenue for the future."
Meanwhile, Dr. Ralph Thomas, QCI CEO, commented: "Black Oak Casino Resort's decision to select our QCI Platform shows the importance of continually developing products that truly fit our customers' needs. We are pleased to welcome another northern California casino to the QCI Community.
“We are confident the QCI platform will continue to meet the growing technology needs of Black Oak Casino Resort."
Black Oak Casino Resort is owned and operated by The Tuolumne Band of Me-Wuk Indians. The hotel at Black Oak Casino Resort features 148 luxury rooms and suites, plus a heated saline pool.
Meanwhile, at the beginning of December, Quick Custom Intelligence began upgrading casinos in Southern California to the 5.1 version of its platform.
And, in October, QCI installed its system at Oregon-based Mill Casino Hotel & RV Park, and in September, QCI provided tooling for over 2,500 games in New South Wales, Australia.
On that deal, QCI CTO Andrew Cardno said: “We are thrilled with the growth we have experienced by partnering with Gaming Dynamics in bringing together a multi-tenant cloud offering for the clubs and pubs market in New South Wales."