La Jolla Band of Luiseño Indians selects Win Technologies USA for new casino property

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Supplier will provide its WIGOSTM casino management system


March 9th, 2018 – Win Technologies USA and the La Jolla Band of Luiseño Indians have announced the selection of the WIGOSTM casino management system to automate, monitor operations and reward the patrons of their new property.

Win Technologies USA will provide the new La Jolla Trading Post Casino with a complete suite of casino management products that includes reporting, slot auditing, accounting, and patron management, along with marketing and promotional solutions, which assist casinos in improving player loyalty and increase revenues.

John Stacy, General Manager of La Jolla Trading Post Casino, stated: “We looked at many casino management systems before deciding on Win Technologies USA. Ultimately, they can provide us with rock solid reliability, a suite of casino management tools and a global development team that provides us with the scalability we desire for future projects. Win Technologies USA will allow our team members to focus on what they do best, customer service.

Alexander Alemany, President of Win Technologies USA, stated: “We are excited to be selected as the casino management system provider for the La Jolla Band of Luiseño Indians’ new casino. We look forward to helping them build and grow their property through our many technological innovations and superior customer service. This is the first of many exciting projects we have set for North America.


About Win Technologies USA, LLC.

Win Technologies USA, LLC is the licensed U.S. distributor for Win Technologies Limited which designs, develops and sells casino information and management systems. Win Technologies Limited has systems installed in North, South, and Central America, the Caribbean as well as Europe.  More information is available at

Source: European Gaming Industry News

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