Light & Wonder Monday announced that its system will be used to manage the Michael J Gaughan Airport Slot Concession at Harry Reid International Airport in Las Vegas.
Light & Wonder will replace the airport’s existing system for more than 1,100 slot machines in multiple terminals. The company will also extend its managed services to provide comprehensive support for the concession’s IT operations.
Through managed services, the airport’s slot concession will have access to infrastructure management, new technology tools, and 24/7 support designed to minimize downtime.
“Light & Wonder is committed to delivering cutting-edge solutions that redefine the gaming experience,” said Light & Wonder President of Global Systems and Service Jon Wolfe in a statement. “Our systems are designed to elevate casino hospitality and improve customer service to deliver an unparalleled level of player satisfaction.”
Light & Wonder’s solution is scheduled to go live in terminals at Harry Reid International Airport in 2nd quarter of 2024.
“Choosing Light & Wonder as our systems provider was a decision rooted in their next-level customer support,” said Michael Gaughan Airport Slot Concession General Manager Patricia Ross. “Their commitment to excellence extends beyond leading-edge technology and supports our goal of delivering an exceptional player experience.”