GTECH Corporation, a wholly subsidiary of International Game Technology (IGT) has entered into an agreement with the Massachusetts Gaming Commission to provide a new central monitoring system that is capable of monitoring up to twenty thousand (20,000) unit of eletronic gaming devices at up to four (4) locations in the commonwealth.
Massachusetts Gaming Commission is making all these arrangement in preparation for the new Rush Street Gaming’s Plainridge Park Casino, Plainville which is schedule to open June 2015 and other casinos that would be built in the state in the future. It is estimated that IGT will make $23 million in revenue over 10 years.
The central monitoring system that would be delivered is IGT’s ‘Intelligen’.
The publication on the company website stated that ‘Intelligen’ is a central monitoring system design to support new industry advancements and therefore is equipped to give support to the Gaming Standards Association’s Game to System protocol as well as existing industrial standard protocol such as SAS.
The publication further says that the ‘Intelligen’ will enable Massachusetts Gaming Commission to monitor electronic gaming devices using either SAS or G2S. The system is also equipped with the facilities to help the commission security and financial monitoring.