Chickasaw Nation installs Win Systems’ Wigos in casinos

May 16, 2023
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West Bay Casino & Resort becomes the Tribe's ninth venue to employ the system.

The Chickasaw Nation, which owns over 30 gaming and entertainment properties throughout Oklahoma, has chosen Win Systems for its West Bay Casino & Resort in Kingston, Oklahoma. The venue, operated by the Chickasaw Nation Department of Commerce, will install the Wigos casino management system.

West Bay Casino & Resort is the ninth Chickasaw Nation location to select Wigos within the last four years, strengthening the partner relationship between Win Systems and the Tribe.

Win Systems provides server-based solutions for not only casinos, but also lotteries and other gaming operators, including video lottery software.

Wigos currently connects over 100,000 gaming machines in 25 countries around the world, within 400 casino properties. The product features accounting, table management, business intelligence, player tracking, jackpot, raffle, statistics reporting, auditing and multisite connectivity tools.

The casino management system is implemented at locations across the US in California, Kentucky, Virginia and New Hampshire, as well as Oklahoma.

West Bay Casino & Resort offers both table games and over 275 electronic games, as well as dining, retail and resort amenities. It is located on the shoreline of Lake Texoma.

Eric Benchimol, CEO of Win Systems, commented: "We are very pleased that leaders in the US gaming industry, as the Chickasaw Nation, continue to trust Wigos to manage their casinos.

"We are living in a great moment for Wigos and having the trust of operators of this level is a great motivation to keep improving our solutions even more. We are convinced that this collaboration is just at the beginning."


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