Las Vegas Palms Casino Resort to add table games using new AGS technology
May 5, 2022
After hitting the news with its new reopening in April, Palms Casino Resort is back with further exciting offers. This time, the Las Vegas resort has decided to partner with American Gaming Systems (AGS). In an announcement made by the latter on Tuesday, they will be bringing up to 40 table games to the Palms’ casino floor.
Bonus Spin Xtreme
This deal saw the largest installation of the American Gaming System’s pride, Bonus Spin Xtreme (BSX). The Bonus Spin Xtreme technology is a smart integration feature that connects all the table games within the same casino regardless of any distinct math models.
In addition, it offers larger progressive jackpots, so players will get quicker increments. This is the American Gaming System’s solution to providing a single jackpot on all community-style table games.
"By linking nearly 40 tables on Palms’ floor to a fast-growing single jackpot pool, Bonus Spin Xtreme elevates the player experience by creating more ways to win and have fun at the table," said Paul Garcia, the Palms' Director of Table Games.
"This cutting-edge install is a major success for AGS. Our deal with the Palms marks our largest Bonus Spin Xtreme installation to date," said American Gaming Systems Vice President of Sales for Table Products, Ronald LaDuca.
The new games anticipate all high-rolling players to swarm the BSX-equipped jackpot tables too, as their blackjack and baccarat tables also include the high-limit options.
Prior to this, the Apollo Global Management-owned AGS made a deal with Yaamava’s Resort and Casino in Highland, California. The installation of 12 roulette tables there was exceeded by the current addition at its sibling resort, the San Manuel-owned Palms Las Vegas.
"We’re proud to work with the San Manuel Band of Mission Indians to bring BSX to new players at the Palms Las Vegas, building on our previous install of 12 roulette tables at the Band’s Yaamava Resort & Casino at San Manuel in California," said LaDuca.
The Palms were closed for almost two years due to the pandemic before starting to open again earlier last month. When it reopened, the San Manuel Gaming and Hospital Authority (SMGHA) Board and the Las Vegas Palms Casino and Resort general manager, Cynthia Murphey, came together to do the honor of leading the grand opening.
The San Manuel Band of Mission Indians also announced its acquisition of the Palms on Tuesday. The group is planning to overtake the 700-room hotel from its current owner Red Rock Resorts. The deal is supposed to close later this year, with a final $650 million offer on the table.
Other than these top-notched resorts, the San Manuel Tribe also has a range of hotel portfolios across the country. The list includes Bear Springs Hotel in Highland, CA, Three Fires in Sacramento, CA, Four Fires in Washington, D.C., and The Draftsman in Charlottesville, VA.