ilani resort turns to Scientific Games for technology fit-out

Scientific Games Corporation today announced a comprehensive new contract to provide the ilani Casino Resort in Washington State with a technology suite including casino-management systems, slot platforms, game content, table products, and the SG Universe mobile suite.

After a competitive bidding process, ilani, developed by Salishan-Mohegan LLC in collaboration with the Cowlitz Indian Tribe, chose Scientific Games as its principal technology partner for the casino, located just north of Portland, Oregon and opening in April 2017.

ilani President and General Manager Kara Fox-LaRose said, "We are focused on providing our guests with a world-class casino gaming experience. That is why, after years of a trusted partnership with our partner, Mohegan Sun, we chose to invest in Scientific Games’ solutions for ilani. Our confidence in Scientific Games stems from the calibre and breadth of solutions they can provide for our entire casino floor, their large portfolio of trailblazing products that drive revenue and business efficiency, and most of all, their people, who exhibit an unwavering focus on customer service and innovation."

Derik Mooberry, Scientific Games Group Chief Executive, Gaming, said, "We're delighted that ilani is investing in such a large range of our solutions for their premiere gaming, dining, entertainment, and meeting destination opening in April. We look forward to providing trailblazing products and solutions for the entire casino floor, maintaining our commitment to innovation and customer partnership, delivering added value, and helping ilani quickly start driving revenue, player engagement, and operating profitability."

ilani will open with some of Scientific Games' most beloved slot titles like Quick Hit, Copper Dropper and Li'l Red, as well as premium offerings such as 88 Fortunes, Michael Jackson Wanna Be Startin' Somethin', Titanic, and Friends.

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