Scientific Games Helps New Mexico Regulator Keep An Eye On Things

US developer to provide its Central Monitoring System

Scientific Games Corporation has signed a contract to implement and support a Central Monitoring System for the New Mexico Gaming Control Board.

The contract calls for Scientific Games to provide its SGVideo Gaming Central Monitoring System which will enable the regulator to monitor and control licensed video gaming terminals, located in five racinos and up to 70 non-profit locations.

The contract was awarded through a competitive procurement process, has an initial term of four years and may be extended by the Gaming Control Board for up to four additional years.

"We felt that Scientific Games had a real understanding of our goals and initiatives and provided the best overall approach," said Frank Baca, acting executive director and general counsel for the Board. "We believe the experience and systems technology from Scientific Games offer the best solution for the State."

Brennen Lawrence, senior vice president of North American Gaming for Scientific Games said that the system provides the powerful tools necessary for New Mexico to regulate gaming activity, evaluate financial positions and collect revenue.

Online Casino News Courtesy of Infopowa

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