Las Vegas based gaming innovators Bally Technologies have been granted a license to supply interactive gaming by the Nevada Gaming Commission, leading to the announcement of a new website for their land based 7 Cedars Casino, as well as new mobile phone applications.
Bally Technologies, a leading developer of casino management software and slot machine games both online and off, have announced the release of brand new mobile phone apps, having received their new interactive gaming license from the Nevada Gaming Commission last month. The new apps are available to download via the iTunes Store and Google Play.
The new Bally mobile apps will allow players to check out the slot machine and table games at the land based 7 Cedars Casino, along with current promotions. Members will also be able to use the apps to check their Totem Rewards points.
Furthermore, iPhone and iPad users will be able to play the Vegas Hits slot game, as well as and receiving up to date information from the 7 Cedars Casino golf course, such as the latest weather conditions.
Mike Walsh, Regional Sales Vice President for Bally Technologies, said: “We are so pleased to partner with 7 Cedars Casino and provide it with this custom mobile solution. The 7 Cedars apps will be an incredible customer service tool and a powerful new way to interact with and entertain its patrons.”
“We make a continuous effort to provide our guests with the highest level of service possible,” added the Marketing Director for 7 Cedars Casino, Judy Walz. “That effort includes offering them the best tools and technology on and off our property to enhance their experience at 7 Cedars Casino.”
“Our new apps deliver convenience, information and entertainment through a host of easy-to-use features that we can’t wait for our guests to use and enjoy.”