Konami Gaming has announced that its Synkros casino management system has been selected by Grand Traverse Resort & Casinos, owned and operated by the Grand Traverse Band of Ottawa and Chippewa Indians in Northern Michigan.
Specifically, the Synkros system will be used in the Turtle Creek Casino & Hotel and Leelanau Sands Casino & Lodge.
Tom Jingoli, executive vice president and chief commercial officer at Konami Gaming, stated, “Grand Traverse Resort & Casinos has long been committed to providing a differentiated entertainment offering, backed by an ability to appeal to the interests of many diverse audiences. With the launch of Synkros at Turtle Creek and Leelanau Sands, that unique commitment will extend through the organization’s gaming enterprise in outstanding new ways.”
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