Scientific Games Partners with Mecca Bingo

Posted on Aug 18, 2015

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Scientific Games has launched its server-based gaming solution for Rank Group’s Mecca Bingo clubs across the UK.

As a result of the agreement, Scientific Games’ subsidiary SG Gaming introduced its Category B3, Category C and community games to its Clarity, T8 and Triple 7 terminals including gaming content from providers such as Barcrest, WMS and Bally, which is now accessible to Mecca Bingo players.

“This is a truly groundbreaking deal for SG Gaming and Mecca Bingo. It’s the first time our server-based gaming solution has been rolled out on this scale in the bingo sector and we are delighted that it has been fully completed on schedule,” said SG Gaming UK managing director Phil Horne.

“We are thrilled that this rollout has been successful for both Mecca and SG Gaming. We are now continuing to demonstrate the strength of our partnership with the results showing through in cash box performance.

“From SG Gaming’s field-based engineers who worked to successfully get all terminals installed and fully functioning on the same day, to the Mecca club staff and machines teams who ensured that the clubs were fully prepared for the installation, this rollout was successful thanks to the close collaboration of the SG Gaming and Mecca teams involved in the project.”

Mecca head of slots Mohammed Zabed said, “Our customers have already started to see the benefit of the new HD Clarity and T8 terminals and the new content being made available from the SG Gaming content library. With more choices than ever before, the depth of content available to Mecca customers is already proving popular with players.

“The yield analytics and enhanced platform tools and functionality are invaluable to us, and we look forward to the improvements in cash box revenue that we believe these will all bring.”
By Glo Wood

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