Leading provider of technology for the gaming and entertainment industry, Win Systems, looks forward to welcoming colleagues old and new to the National Indian Gaming Association (NIGA) tradeshow in Anaheim, California, on April 21st and 22nd.
The company says it is experiencing an unstoppable growth of its renowned WIGOS casino management system in the US and Canada, with WIGOS already installed in several casinos operated by tribes in different states. Since WIGOS was first installed in the US in 2015, the company has grown in many casinos in different jurisdictions. This expansion has been achieved thanks to Win Systems’ constant investment in R&D, allowing WIGOS to offer new features and tools for a market so developed as North America.
And despite the interruption from the pandemic, the number of casinos that have joined WIGOS has grown exponentially over the last two years and today, Win Systems has more than 100,000 machines connected to its CMS.
Win Systems is taking part at the NIGA tradeshow in booth 1656, and several operators have already registered their interest in learning more about WIGOS and its features to build loyalty and reward players, together with its business intelligence tools to optimise operational management. Operators have also shown interest also in its latest development in payment method – the innovative WinUp Wallet, which allows players to manage their game balance and access casino services from their mobile phones.
Chad Dickie, EVP & GM of Win Systems USA, commented: “At Win Systems, we are certain that the development we have achieved with WIGOS places us as a valuable alternative for operators in the United States and Canada. WIGOS has demonstrated in several venues that we can assist casinos to enhance their operation and build patron’s loyalty. We can’t wait to welcome all operators at the NIGA event to showcase all we can achieve together.”