Konami Gaming’s award-winning SYNKROS casino management system has been selected by Gulfstream Park & Casino in Hallandale Beach, Florida. The centrepiece attraction of a 255-acre entertainment destination, Gulfstream Park & Casino showcases Thoroughbred racing, racing simulcasting, 700+ slot games, and 20 live poker tables in one spot. Starting in autumn, Gulfstream guests will have the opportunity to enjoy system-delivered slot tournaments, catered casino loyalty rewards and offers, and more. Gulfstream Park & Casino is the first land-based casino to launch Konami’s SYNKROS casino management system in the state of Florida.
“We selected Konami Gaming to replace our previous system, due to SYNKROS’ demonstrated extremely high reliability and Konami’s reputation of customer support and responsiveness,” said Dana Leibovitz, casino manager at Gulfstream Park & Casino. “In addition, SYNKROS’ unmatched marketing and data analytics capabilities further enhance Gulfstream’s leading market edge, while empowering our teams to deliver greater entertainment to players directly at their slot machine.”
Guests will have the opportunity to discover, earn, and redeem rewards and offers catered to their activity and spend. With SYNKROS Offers Management, guests can discover a mix of personalized rewards spanning comp vouchers, free play, drawing tickets, bonus points, and more, with direct access right on the slot machine’s screen or LCD display. Players can even qualify to compete in slot tournaments with SYNKROS’ award-winning True-Time Tournaments, delivering a library of available tournament themes for on-demand or synchronized events.
“Gulfstream Park & Casino combines an array of entertainment under one roof, with an energy and excitement that is entirely unto its own,” said Jay Bertsch, senior vice president, North American games & global systems sales at Konami Gaming, Inc. “Konami is proud to partner alongside Gulfstream Park & Casino to take the patron experience to even further possibilities through SYNKROS’ top technology and robust reliability.”