Bally Technology Leading The Way Into The Future of Casino Gambling
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On Friday, Bally Technology, Inc. announced that it has partnered with some of the giants of the technology industry, and the companies are prepared to bring their “The Network Floor Of The Future” vision to Las Vegas next week for the Gaming Expo trade show.
There were several companies that Bally’s partnered with, one of which was Teradata Corporation, the leader in the industry of raising intelligence through data warehousing and enterprise analytics.
The idea is for the companies to pool their areas of expertise and create a system that will be used for improving things such as marketing strategies and managing customer behavior.
The network solutions end of the project will be run by Cisco Systems, Inc., a California based company who can assist in helping both Bally’s and technologies that are available today and in the future.
Bally’s has also partnered with William Ryan Group, Inc., a company that currently has the rights to a few customer service and employee optimization systems.
Bally’s has been a leader in the gaming field since 1932, and is encouraged by today’s announcement that they will lead the industry into the future with many advancements.
New Casino License Could Be Issued in NSW To James Packer
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Star City may have pushed the envelope too far in their negotiations with Sydney over their renewal of its ten year operating license, and now Sydney has decided to use a negotiating tactic of its own, bringing in a second casino.
James Packer’s PBL is expecting that within the next few days he will receive confirmation that he will be issued a license to run a casino.
The license would probably not be issued for Sydney, but for neighboring Tween Heads, although Hunter Valley has also been mentioned for the casinos destination.
The addition of a new casino seems to be a negotiating tactic that is being used against Tabcorp and their Star City license. The government is trying to get more money out of the Tabcorp group before renewing their license.
While the government has denied that any such negotiations have taken place with Packer, there are rumors circulating that an announcement on the addition of a second casino could come as early as tomorrow, though that has not been confirmed.