QCI signs three-year deal with Leech Lake Gaming

February 21, 2024
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The two aim to enhance the Northern Minnesota gaming and hospitality industries.

Quick Custom Intelligence (QCI) has a signed strategic partnership agreement with Leech Lake Gaming. The deal is for a three-year term.

Under the agreement, the duo completed a comprehensive software deployment. The host team at Leech Lake is currently training to use the technology.

QCI said an official launch is scheduled for the middle of December. The company went on to say that it hopes this alliance will “revolutionize the gaming and hospitality industry in the northern Minnesota market.”

Leech Lake Gaming CEO Michael Michaud said, "We at Leech Lake Gaming are thrilled to embark on this groundbreaking journey alongside QCI. The QCI platform is a game-changer for our host and slot departments, and we believe it will not only streamline our operations but also elevate the standard of service and entertainment we offer to our cherished guests.

“With QCI's innovative solutions, we are confident that we will deliver an unmatched gaming experience in the northern Minnesota market. This partnership aligns seamlessly with our dedication to excellence and innovation."

QCI CEO Ralph Thomas said the company’s relationship with Leech Lake Gaming represents shared values and a commitment to offering customers quality service.

He commented, "At QCI, we highly value partnerships grounded in mutual respect, a shared vision, and unwavering commitment. Our collaboration with Leech Lake Gaming exemplifies such a relationship.

"We have been profoundly impressed by the dedication, passion for excellence, and unyielding commitment to enhancing guest experiences exhibited by the Leech Lake Gaming team.

“I am proud and enthusiastic about the journey that lies ahead and confident that, together, we will establish new standards within the northern Minnesota market."


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