Miami, April 20, 2022 – Win Systems, a global leader in Gaming and Entertainment software technology, announces the installation of its WIGOS Casino Management System at the Madill Gaming Center in Madill, Oklahoma.
Madill Gaming Center is operated by the Chickasaw Nation Division of Commerce. Madill Gaming Center joins 7 other properties owned and operated by the Chickasaw Nation that have migrated to the WIGOS system within the past two years.
The WIGOS System is currently connected to over 100,000 gaming machines in more than 20 countries around the world. WIGOS also leads the world in cashless operations and has a growing presence in the United States, with casinos in California, Oklahoma, Kentucky, Virginia, and more to follow.
Chad Dickie, EVP & GM USA of Win Systems, commented: “We are very pleased to keep strengthening our relationship with the Chickasaw Nation. Such a talented and professional team helps us take our casino management system WIGOS to the next level. and we can’t wait to keep working in future operations.”
Win Systems will participate in NIGA ‘22 (booth #1656). To arrange a meeting, please email firstname.lastname@example.org or call +1 212-206-9325.
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About Win Systems
WIN SYSTEMS is a global provider of technology for the gaming and entertainment industry. The company specializes in casino and lottery systems and services, server-based gaming machines and video lottery terminals (VLTs).
WIN offers a complete range of technological services, including design, programming, installation, operation and maintenance of its systems.
Our systems are recognized throughout the world for their stability and reliability, allowing a high level of real-time control of both lottery and casino operations.
In 2016, Win Systems acquired Gold Club, a manufacturer of gaming machines and the Gold Club electronic roulettes with a presence in more than 50 countries around the world.
The combination of the two companies created a new leading group in the gaming industry with a significant presence in the Americas, Europe and South Africa.