Playtech and Aristocrat’s online real money division Anaxi have supported the launch of WinStar World Casino and Resort’s Class II Mobile-on-Premise gaming experience.
Combining bingo with non-banked card games, Class II Mobile-on-Premise is a recent innovation in the tribal gaming industry that will be brought to WinStar for the first time using Playtech and Anaxi’s merged technology.
The collaboration will blend Playtech’s Player Account Management and Mobile Gaming Application Development solutions with Anaxi’s Class II slot games, launching the first-of-its-kind title that allows players to access games via their mobile phones.
Jonathan Doubiletb, VP US Business Operations at Playtech, stated: “We are proud to collaborate with Anaxi and WinStar World Casino and Resort as the technology provider of choice. As the largest casino in the Western Hemisphere, WinStar World Casino and Resort is just the beginning of our journey.
“We are thrilled to be at the forefront of supporting innovation in tribal gaming supporting a cutting-edge, Class II Mobile-on-Premise gaming experience for the very first time. We take pride in offering our advanced technology and vast industry knowledge that will greatly benefit WinStar World Casino and Resort.”
The technology will allow WinStar to offer the gaming experience while remaining in line with regulations established by the National Indian Gaming Commission and the Indian Gaming Regulation Act, which permits Class II slot gaming to take place in a designated area.
Josh Morris, SVP Product & Technology iGaming at Anaxi, added: “We are thrilled to have Playtech as our technology partner and to be working with them to introduce the Class II Mobile-on-Premise gaming experience to WinStar World Casino and Resort.
“We firmly believe that Anaxi’s Remote Game Server (RGS) and Class II Slots game, combined with Playtech’s seamless integration of their PAM solution and WinStar World Casino and Resort’s on-property casino amenities, will provide an immersive experience that exceeds gaming patron’s expectations.”