Sky River Casino partners with TransAct for printing solutions

October 7, 2022

It will provide printing solutions for all slot machines on the 100,000 square-foot gaming floor.

TransAct Technologies has been named the printing solutions provider for the Sky River Casino located in Elk Grove, California.

The company will provide its Epic Edge TITO printer in all slot machines within the 100,000-square-foot gaming floor. The Sky River Casino features 2,000 slot machines and 80 table games and is operated by Boyd Gaming.

TransAct Technologies CEO Bart Shuldman commented: "TransAct is ecstatic to support Sky River Casino's commitment to giving guests a top-notch gaming experience, and the Epic Edge is the perfect fit to meet their goals."

The Sky River Casino was developed and built for the Wilton Rancheria Tribe by Boyd Gaming and opened in August 2022. Located in Sacramento County off Highway 99, the casino project cost $500m.

Boyd Gaming SVP Chris Gibase added: "Sky River Casino is focused on providing the best customer experience and we selected the Epic Edge for its superior performance and features."

Epic Edge, the printers being provided by TransAct, feature 300 DPI resolution for maximum ticket appearance, readability and acceptance by bill validators.

It's equipped with USB and serial connections on a single board and one printer to support the full range of new and legacy games, reducing the need for excess printer inventory.

The Sky River Casino recently revealed a plan to tackle traffic issues and will enlist the help of the Elk Grove Police Department. The officers will be paid by Wilton Rancheria through an 'Extra Duty Program Fund.'

Off-duty officers can participate in the extra duty employment program, allowing them to work security for private businesses or events.


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