Comanche Nation Casino (CNC) in Oklahoma has partnered with Velvix to install six new slot machines. The casino is the first in the US to feature machines from the Los Angeles-based slot developer.
Comanche Nation Casino is owned and operated by Comanche Nation Entertainment. The casino is home to more than 800 slot machines, table machines and video poker. The facility also features two restaurants and a brewery.
The company runs six Oklahoma properties in several cities, including Lawton, Devol, Elgin, Walters and Cache.
Comanche Nation Entertainment COO Jack Crane emphasized the importance of serving the casino’s guests and noted this is a key factor in assuring its future success.
He said: “Expanding and further developing our inventory to feature the latest innovations and technology available is key to optimizing guest satisfaction.
“Velvix’s machines are original designs that are made in-house, which will help deliver an elevated gaming and entertainment experience to our guests.”
Players will have access to three new Velvix game titles across the casino’s six stand-alone Class III progressive machines. New titles featured include House of Happiness, West Wanted and Fortuneland, which all contain at least one jackpot option.
Velvix Managing Director Chris Wieners described its collaboration with CNC as “the right choice” and said the company is pleased to work with the casino.
Wieners commented: “As a manufacturer, we look for the most efficient, collaborative and growing partners, which is why we knew CNC was the right choice to introduce our games to the US.
“CNC has played a vital role in supporting our game design and performance.”