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Scientific Games Corporation has recently announced a new partnership deal with Second State Gaming, LLC to install the latter’s Bally MultiConnect (BMC) software at a total of 20 truck stop locations across the Keystone State. This new gaming system is set to go live in the course of 2019 after which the installations will continue on about 100 games at 20 locations based on the gaming license approvals. Pennsylvania’s gaming scene has been thriving lately primarily thanks to the 2017 gaming expansion legislation that was passed and allows for the establishment of a wide range of gambling businesses in several different locations including truck stops and airports.

Bally MultiConnect is known for its top-notch video lottery terminal (VLT) management reporting tools for multi-site gaming operations which makes it the perfect choice for truck stop gaming. In essence, the platform consolidates data from multiple gaming locations into one reporting system and this is possible just with the click of a button. With these capabilities, the gaming operators are therefore able to quickly and conveniently assess their gaming operations at virtually any level within the organizations. They will also get to enjoy the convenience that comes with having to deal with a single unified set of accounting reports.

“We were thoroughly impressed by Scientific Games’ existing presence in the State of Pennsylvania and their commitment to their systems customers,” said Jennifer Caruso, Vice President of Operations at Second State Gaming LLC.

Scientific Games has built a pretty solid reputation in Pennsylvania through a number of long-standing gaming partnerships and will now be the very first to enter the new truck stop route gaming market. As it stands, the company is currently the leader in route operations in North America which means that it is best poised to support the emerging market

Enhanced Casino Partner Program

In addition to the lucrative to the truck stop gaming partnership, Scientific Games has also recently unveiled its rebranded casino partner program for its SG Digital platform. This new platform is reportedly going to deliver on improved performance for the operator, creative and innovative game studios as well as a plethora of outstanding content providers.

The program’s two partner streams will be referred to as AMPLIFY and CONNECT going forward – Scientific Games Digital will offer the game studios that join CONNECT, the very best development expertise in a bit to maximize player experiences. AMPLIFY, on the other hand, will allow the third-party providers to integrate with the Scientific Gaming Digital platform, a move that will significantly expand the reach of their content.

Partners of both streams will have unparalleled access to over 130 operators across the world in about 20 regulated jurisdictions. Furthermore, they will also benefit from enhanced data-driven insights which explicitly demonstrate game performance in order to allow the operators to make improvement where necessary. The is an industry-leading GCM technology as well and it will be responsible for protecting the operators from regulatory changes in both their existing markets and new ones.

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