Augustine Casino signs agreement to install QCI Slots

April 18, 2024
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The deal is part of a continuing partnership with QCI.

California’s Augustine Casino has signed a deal with QCI to install QCI Slots, which is the company’s latest innovation. The casino said adopting this technology stems from its desire to “take its commitment to guest satisfaction to new heights” by “revolutionizing the gaming experience for its patrons.”

Augustine Casino has reported successful outcomes from its ongoing partnership with QCI, including its collaboration with QCI Host.

Casino Assistant General Manager Elizabeth Wilberts discussed the facility’s desire to continue working with QCI.

She commented, “We are thrilled to expand our collaboration with QCI by incorporating their cutting-edge Slots solution.

“The reporting functionality, recommendation engine, Artificial Intelligence, and advanced heat mapping capabilities of QCI Slots will empower us to deliver unparalleled personalized experiences to our guests."

QCI specializes in offering software and real-time operational tools for both the gaming and hospitality industries. The company’s platform as is currently utilized in more than 100 casino resorts throughout North America, Australia, New Zealand and in Canada.

QCI CTO Andrew Cardno said that the company stands behind Augustine Casino in its plan to continue providing its guests with quality games.

He said, "We are proud to deepen our partnership with Augustine Casino and support their mission to provide exceptional service and value to their guests.

"The decision to integrate QCI Slots underscores Augustine Casino's commitment to leveraging innovative technology to elevate the gaming experience."

Augustine Casino stands in the Coachella Valley and is owned and operated by the Augustine Band of Cahuilla Indians. The casino is home to 750 slot machines and first opened in July 2002.


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