asino Queen Holding and Konami Gaming will soon introduce SYNKROS to power casino systems technology at DraftKings at Casino Queen in St. Louis, Illinois, and Casino Queen Marquette in Iowa.
Both casino destinations will launch Konami’s latest systems innovations, including SYNK31, the all-in-one Title 31 / Anti-Money Laundering (AML) solution, starting in early fall.
The new product will be optimal for cashless wagering, and include personalized casino rewards, random floor-wide jackpot events, digital drawings, and system-delivered slot tournaments.
President and CEO of Casino Queen Holding, Inc. Terry Downey, said: “Convenience and technology are core components in our mission to deliver an unmatched gaming and entertainment experience in the region.SYNKROS provides the robust, core infrastructure to power that mission for the next generation of gaming.”
Casino Queen has selected a suite of technology with the potential to deploy cashless gaming across any of the 1,450+ slot games and 28 table games at the company’s two casinos, which are located along the banks of the Mississippi River. Powered by SYNKROS’ Money Klip, this cashless wagering technology allows guests to fund their account at the cage, the slot machine, or by a prepaid account, for wagering through their Royalty Rewards card. Additionally, all loyalty activity helps open a mix of personalized rewards, offers, bonus events, and tournament opportunities.
“In alignment with our East St. Louis expansion, including our state-of-the-art sportsbook, fresh dining options, and diverse gaming floor; we’re excited to add the industry’s top systems technology across our Casino Queen locations,” said Downey.
Tom Jingoli, Executive Vice President and Chief Operating Officer at Konami Gaming, said: “Casino Queen is expanding the reach and potential of its portfolio in exciting ways to create a differentiated experience. Konami is thrilled to partner with Casino Queen at this time and supports its locations with the very latest SYNKROS systems releases available.”