Global gaming supplier Light & Wonder says it has been selected to supply the slot floor management system at Las Vegas’s Harry Reid International Airport.
In a Monday announcement, the company revealed that its system solutions have been selected to manage the Michael J Gaughan Airport Slot Concession Inc slot floors at Harry Reid, replacing the airport’s existing solution for more than 1,100 slot machines across multiple terminals.
Light & Wonder will also extend managed services to provide comprehensive support for the Concession’s IT operations. Through managed services, the Concession will have access to powerful infrastructure management, new technology tools and 24/7 support designed to minimize downtime, it added.
“Light & Wonder is committed to delivering cutting-edge solutions that redefine the gaming experience,” said President of Global Systems and Service at Light & Wonder, said Jon Wolfe. “Our systems solution is designed to elevate casino hospitality and improve customer service to deliver an unparalleled level of player satisfaction.”
Patricia Ross, General Manager of Michael Gaughan’s Airport Slot Concession, Inc, added, “Choosing Light & Wonder as our systems provider was a decision rooted in their next-level customer support. Their commitment to excellence extends beyond leading-edge technology and supports our goal of delivering an exceptional player experience.”
Light & Wonder said its solution is expected to go live in terminals throughout the Harry Reid International Airport in 2Q24.