Konami Gaming Incorporated has signed a deal that will see its Synkros gaming enterprise management system utilized by the coming Rivers Casino And Resort At Mohawk Harbor in Schenectady, New York.
A $330 million riverfront entertainment destination from Chicago-based Rush Street Gaming, Rivers Casino And Resort At Mohawk Harbor is scheduled to open for business during the first few months of 2017 offering 1,158 slots alongside 65 gaming tables, which will now be able to take advantage of the advanced systems architecture, integrations and marketing suite offered by Synkros.
“Customization is key for our business,” said Mary Cheeks, General Manager for Rivers Casino And Resort At Mohawk Harbor, which is additionally set to feature some 16 poker tables. “Our players are unique and we’re always striving for the latest Synkros tools that allow us to speak to their interests with offers and promotions that drive targeted results. We’re confident in what Synkros will deliver to our newest property and look forward to seeing it realized in the experiences of our first guests to Rivers Casino And Resort At Mohawk Harbor.”
Konami Gaming Incorporated revealed that its deal will see the coming casino located approximately 20 miles west of Albany moreover purchase a variety of its games including the Concerto video slot and take advantage of its Synkros Offers Management innovation, which supports customization for multiple player loyalty offers delivered via a specified variety of notification channels.
“Rush Street Gaming has continued to expand Synkros across its portfolio due in large part to the long-term collaboration we’ve maintained with Konami Gaming Incorporated to leverage its technology to drive new solutions for our business,” said Zelletta Wyatt, Strategic Planning And Operations Vice-President for Rush Street Gaming. “We need a system that’s flexible yet stable and Konami Gaming Incorporated’s Synkros has that core infrastructure we can depend on to support this operational ecosystem that is so vital.”
Konami Gaming Incorporated declared that its relationship with Rush Street Gaming began in 2009 following the opening of Rivers Casino Pittsburgh before this association was expanded to the operator’s other properties including SugarHouse Casino and Rivers Casino Des Plaines.
“We strongly appreciate our relationship with Rush Street Gaming and the milestone successes we’ve been able to accomplish over the years,” said Scott Richards, Systems Sales Senior Director for Las Vegas-based Konami Gaming Incorporated. “Through the coming months we are focused on giving our best in support of Rivers Casino And Resort At Mohawk Harbor’s launch and ensuring a solid long-term outlook.”