Holland America Line, part of a family of companies owned by Carnival Corporation, has completed the installation of Konami Gaming’s Synkros casino management system across 11 vessels in the group’s fleet.
As a result of the agreement with the Las Vegas-based subsidiary of the Konami Group, guests will gain access to an array of gaming services that are designed to optimise the slot machine experience.
“The Synkros system – known as SURF (Serving Up Rewards and Fun) – offers exciting new features that personalise slot machine play and improves the experience for our guests who enjoy the casino,” said Marty Goldman, senior vice president, global casino operations, Carnival Corporation.
“With the completion of the system installation across the fleet, Holland America Line ships are leading the way among Carnival Corporation’s portfolio of brands to deploy this exciting new system.”
Through the implementation of the Konami CMS, guests will gain access to more detail information regarding their play, including seeing points earned and the ability to easily redeem any promotions or offers.
Furthermore, in addition to cashless wagering, players will also be able to part in on-demand slot tournaments, prize drawings and floor-wide bonus events, powered by Konami.
“Synkros is part of a broad array of innovative initiatives and experiences available to guests on Holland America Line,” added Tom Jingoli executive vice president & chief operating officer at Konami Gaming.
“Konami is committed to an equally successful implementation across Carnival Corporation’s global fleet.”
Konami’s Synkros was selected as the official gaming management system of Carnival Corporation in 2018, with the pair currently implementing the system across the more than 90 ship portfolio that spans nine cruise brands.