After rolling-out a collaboration with Buenos Aires-based gaming technology business End 2 End, Aruba’s Marriott Stellaris Casino outlined its online gaming ambitions.
The agreement would see the property introduce the omni-channel network of the company in a bid to boost the hotel gaming experience, with a choice of bingo and lottery titles also included in the contract.
Alejandro Revich, End 2 End CEO and founder, commented: “Around the world, operators and land-based casinos are looking for new revenue streams, outside of traditional means. The COVID pandemic sped this process up.
“In many cases, hotels have had to close their physical casinos and they are looking for new entertainment options. Our omnichannel platform allows the operator to extend the limits where the games can be played.
“The same bingo or lottery games can be played online, physically or both. We are very happy with this launch together with Marriott Stellaris Casino, and we are planning new variants of the games to launch very soon in other locations.”
This Marriott Stellaris Casino agreement, which operates a 24-hour casino experience, will be officially launched on December 14, enabling players to immerse themselves or a combination of the two in online and physical play.
Marriott International says it is now in a position to roll-out the omni-channel service of End 2 End across its hotel portfolio around the world.
Yazira Javois- Feliciana, the marketing and slot performance director of Aruba Marriott, said: “I am completely blown away with first, the attention and dedication of an incredibly knowledgeable team, that was able to provide us with the best in all we were asking for.
“This new and innovative solution, is a complete game changer for our island Aruba, but will exceed the expectation of our guests and players at the Aruba Marriott Resort & Stellaris Casino. The quality of this gaming solution and the experience during the game is beyond satisfaction. What we have experienced so far is impressive”.