Scientific Games' Systems To Be Installed At All AGLC-Regulated Casinos

Publish: 24.01.2018

Scientific Games has introduced its casino management software at the first of Alberta’s 28 casinos.

This move follows the agreement the Nevada-based company signed with the Alberta Gaming and Liquor Commission (AGLC). Under the provisions of that deal, Scientific Games will install its casino management system in all 28 casinos operating in this province.

An Important Move

Commenting on the deal Niaz Nejad, Chief Operating Officer of the AGLC said the agency had needed a system that offered multiple-service provider environment support, given the unique requirements of the AGLC and its various casino properties.

Nejad added that Scientific Games’ elite casino management system would provide AGLC with the necessary support, and stated they were looking forward to seeing results.

Founded in 1996, the Alberta Gaming and Liquor Commission is a government agency that regulates alcoholic beverage and gaming-related activities in the province.

At this point, AGLC regulates 28 casinos and owns and operates more than 14,000 slots and 6,000 video lottery terminals.

Top-Notch Technology

Scientific Games’ casino management systems will be gradually introduced to all slot games in the province, replacing the current system. The company plans to install the SDS slot accounting and player tracking system, along with iVIEW 4 and iVIEW DM technology.

SDS is used to monitor slots machines and other devices while keeping track of gaming activity. First introduced more than 35 years ago, SDS has since then built a reputation as the
most reliable and accurate player-tracking system available on the market.

iVIEW 4 is used to enhance the playing experience, while iVIEW DM allows operators to present a wide variety of content to players right on the main game screen.

Commenting on the new deal, Cath Burns, Senior Vice President of Gaming Systems at Scientific Games said the company was excited to have its casino management system implemented throughout the Alberta province and added they were looking forward to the new partnership with the AGLC.