Philly Park Tabs Bally's for Slots Management

Edited press release

Bally Technologies, headquartered in Las Vegas, will provide a casino management system for the slot-machine operation planned for Philadelphia Park in southeastern Pennsylvania.

According to an Aug. 16 release from Bally's, "Philadelphia Park Casino," as it is called, will utilize Bally's technology for its slots operation, which could open this winter. Philadelphia Park, owned by Greenwood Racing, is awaiting a conditional license from the Pennsylvania Gaming Control Board.

"We looked at a variety of vendors who could help us create an exciting and rewarding slots floor for our players and came away impressed with Bally's long-term commitment to the systems business and its proven track record of stability and performance in a high-volume slots environment," said Dave Jonas, president and chief operating officer of Philadelphia Park Casino. "We also feel we have the best partner in terms of a commitment to advanced technological development and a team of systems experts dedicated to the highest levels of service."

"As the Pennsylvania market continues to progress along, we're very pleased one of the first locations scheduled to open has selected Bally as its partner," said Ramesh Srinivasan, executive vice president of Bally's systems division.

Bally's has more than 345,000 machines and 625 casino, bingo, Class II, central determination, and lottery locations worldwide, including more than 165 locations currently running Bally eTICKET on more than 178,000 slot machines. The Bally Technologies systems product line offers slot-machine cash monitoring, table management, cashless, accounting, security, maintenance, marketing, promotional and bonusing capabilities.