Scientific Games Corp announced on Tuesday that it will be providing casino systems, table products, games and slot cabinets to the casino at the Baha Mar resort (pictured) in Nassau, in the Bahamas. The property, controlled by privately-held Hong Kong conglomerate Chow Tai Fook Enterprises Ltd, had a soft opening on April 21.
The property includes 100,000 square feet (9,290 sq. metres) of gaming space, more than 1,000 slot machines, about 120 table games, race and sports betting, “mobile gaming”, VIP gambling rooms, restaurants and bars.
The U.S.-based casino equipment firm said in a press release that the company has been awarded a 30-percent share of the casino floor at Baha Mar.
“Our agreement with Baha Mar Casino truly showcases our ability to provide a floor-wide gaming experience across an entire casino enterprise,” said Kevin Sheehan, Scientific Games chief executive, in a statement included in the press release.
The deal will see Scientific Games supply Baha Mar with its “ACSC, CMS/SMS”, TableView technology and Bally Business Intelligence slot monitoring, and table management products, as well as technology for player tracking, marketing, analytics, and casino accounting.
The casino at Baha Mar will also offer some of Scientific Games’ slot platforms and games. The gaming floor also features a Shuffle Master product on many of its card table games, added the casino equipment manufacturer.
Commenting on the deal, Alex Pariente, executive vice president for casino operations and marketing at Baha Mar, said: “Scientific Games provides us with a one-stop shop, helping us efficiently run our gaming operations while delivering an engaging experience to our international guests.”
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