Fri, Jan 11, 1:11am by Staff Writer
Two casinos in Washington State have become the first to install the Tribal Lottery System created by Aristocrat. The Quil Ceda Creek Casino and the Tulalip Resort Casino now provide games via the new platform.
New games on offer at the two casinos include Buffalo Gold, Wild Panda Gold, Birds of Pay and the Buffalo Gold Collection.
The Senior Vice President for Aristocrat Siobhan Lane said: “We are excited to bring these new games to Tulalip, Quil Ceda, and Washington State. We have worked diligently to create new games based on player-favourite titles that fully comply with TLS regulations, and we are grateful to The Tulalip Tribe of Washington for their sponsorship and encouragement throughout the process.”
As reported by PR News Wire, the games are the first in a series of titles Aristocrat plans to bring to the State over the new year.
“Our product road map is strong and includes many titles for our Core product portfolio that players enjoy. We are committed to the Washington market and are excited to support our customers with a wide range of player-favourite titles,” Ms Lane said.
The games come to Tulalip and Quil Ceda by means of the Tulalip Tribe of Washington’s sponsorshop allowing the company to sell its cabinets and games in the State.
“We are excited or the Tulalip/Aristocrat partnership and what it means to the Washington market. Aristocrat has established solid product performance and will bring a superior library of content for our guests’ enjoyment,” Tulalip Resorts Casino Slots Director Don Hegnes said.
The new TLS platform games are the first in a series of games the developer plans to bring to Washington State within the year.
Aristocrat is said to be full committed to the market and excited to support their customers with a wide range of titles according to World Casino News.
Aristocrat Technologies Inc. is a subsidiary of Aristocrat Leisure Limited, a global provider of land-based and online gaming solutions.
Its products and services are available in more than 90 countries worldwide and it is licensed by more than 200 regulators.
TLS or the Tribal Lottery System works via linked lottery terminals and a central computer delivering a virtual ‘scratch ticket’ to a player terminal, upon the request of a casino guest.
The virtual scratch tickets are dispensed from a finite game set that randomly delivers tickets to terminals.
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75 per cent of the wagers received by the game must be paid back to customers for every game set into play according to the Washington State Gambling Commission.
The primary regulators of the machines are the Tribal Gaming Agencies for each tribe.
Each casino operating a TLS is regulated to have at least one TGA agent on duty during gaming hours and they must get involved in machine disputes if casino employees cannot resolve the issue.
Tulalip Resort Casino is owned and operated by the Tulalip Tribes of Washington and opened in 2004.
It includes a 12-storey hotel with 370 rooms and suites as well as almost 18,000 square metres of gaming space.
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