Technology provider for the gaming and entertainment industry Win Systems announced it will be attending the OIGA (Oklahoma Indian Gaming Association) conference and trade show, to be held August 9-11 in Tulsa. The company will welcome all visitors to its booth #718.
Win Systems will present its casino management system, WIGOS, currently installed in several Indian casinos in Oklahoma, among other states. "The excellent results of WIGOS in the venues led many casinos to show interest in the system," the company said in a press release.
Win Systems will also be exhibiting its premium Gold Club electronic roulettes and its slots games library, which are "specifically designed for the US market."
Chad Dickie, EVP & GM of Win Systems USA, said: “Win Systems has been working for years with the Oklahoma Indian operators, and today we’re proud to have our casino management system, WIGOS, fully adapted to this market."
"Our results outperform the expectations. Consequently, we are registering interest from many other casino operators. We couldn’t miss the OIGA week and can’t wait to welcome all visitors at booth #718," Dickie added. "I am certain we can make a difference for them with WIGOS, our slots, and Gold Club electronic roulettes.”
The dates for the upcoming OIGA trade show and conference, to be held at the Cox Business Convention Center, were unveiled late last month. The event is expected to draw nearly 3,000 tribal representatives, vendors and visitors to one of the largest Indian gaming markets in the United States.
Tribes in Oklahoma operate more than 130 gaming facilities, according to data released by the National Indian Gaming Commission in August 2021, surpassing any other state or region in the nation. According to OIGA, tribes in Oklahoma offer more than 80,000 electronic gaming machines at their facilities.