Ocean Casino and Konami announce partnership

December 13, 2023
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Ocean will use Konami's Synkros casino management system.

Ocean Casino Resort has announced a partnership with manufacturer of casino games and technology, Konami Gaming. 

Through this deal, the resort will be able to use a variety of features that will be first to market in New Jersey. 

Ocean will use Konami’s Synkros casino management system and its Konami's Konetic employee mobile application, as well as its integrated SYNK31 Title 31/Anti-Money Laundering (AML) system. 

Ocean guests will have new bonusing and funding options through the launch of Synkros, with the conversion expected to be completed before the summer of 2024. 

General Manager for Ocean Casino Resort, Bill Callahan, said: “We are looking forward to partnering with Konami to present both our guests and our team members with innovative, first to market technology meant to maximize efficiency and improve customer experiences. 

“Konami’s industry-leading technology and global gaming savvy are invaluable in the implementation of these new features to our casino floor.” 

SVP & Chief Systems Product Officer at Konami Gaming, Tom Soukup, added: “As Ocean Casino Resort continues to achieve exceptional growth, the resort is investing in state-of-the-art gaming technology and innovative systems to enhance its operations and guest experience. 

“Our team is incredibly driven toward Ocean’s ongoing customer service strength, growth success, and market differentiation.” 

Last week, the Barona Resort & Casino in Lakeside, California became the first property outside of Las Vegas to launch Konami Gaming’s big-screen Dimension slot machine, known as Dimension 43x3. 

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