The joint venture between Gaming Dynamics and Quick Custom Intelligence (QCI) is now providing tooling for over 2,500 games in clubs and pubs across the state of New South Wales.
“QCI gives us the data we need in a timely manner and in a very user-friendly format,” said Tony Toohey, Director of Gaming Dynamics. “We see this data as critical in managing our business with line-of-sight on gaming floor performance.
“Because of the QCI tool, we have broadened our offering in the distributed gaming market in Australia to over 29 clubs and pubs.”
QCI has now installed its software in more than 85 casino resorts across North America, and over 4,000 sites worldwide.
QCI CTO Andrew Cardno commented: “We are thrilled with the growth we have experienced by partnering with Gaming Dynamics in bringing together a multi-tenant cloud offering for the clubs and pubs market in New South Wales.
“Furthermore, the range of the size of properties utilising our platform proves the business need for strong operational tooling in business of all sizes.”
Earlier this month, QCI announced that the newly opened Legends Bay Casino and Casino Fandango – located in Northern Nevada – were deploying its Unified Gaming Platform – Nimble Edition. The platform’s purpose is to align marketing, player development and casino operations around one view of the casino’s data.
And at the beginning of September, QCI’s gaming platform was deployed at seven Osage Casinos destinations in Oklahoma, with the group beginning training at the venues, teaching the operator’s marketing, casino operations and development teams.