RC Casino, LLC Selects Konami Gaming, Inc.'s SYNKROS™ for Rhythm City Casino
Las Vegas, NV — February 4, 2014
“RC Casino, LLC has chosen Konami Gaming, Inc.’s casino management system, SYNKROS to help them manage their new property, Rhythm City Casino in Davenport, Iowa,” announced Clark Warren, director of systems sales at Konami. “Rhythm City Casino will join Riverside Casino and Golf Resort and Grand Falls Casino to become the third Kehl family property to utilize KONAMI’s SYNKROS system.”
Located in the heart of the Quad Cities, Rhythm City Casino is one of the first river boat casinos with over 850 games and 14 action-packed tables within a 30,000-square-foot casino. RC Casino, LLC purchased the Rhythm City Casino from Isle of Capri and has chosen to install the SYNKROS system in the current, temporary location and ultimately the permanent location, which is slated to be complete in May 2015.
“KONAMI’s SYNKROS has provided us with a reliable and flexible management system at both of our current properties, and we expect the same for our newest property, Rhythm City Casino,” explained Joe Massa, chief operating officer at Kehl Management. “SYNKROS will provide us with the ability to run targeted offers and reward loyal customers who enjoy gambling, socializing and dining at Rhythm City Casino.”
About Konami Gaming, Inc.
Konami Gaming, Inc. is a Las Vegas-based subsidiary of KONAMI CORPORATION (NYSE: KNM). The company is a leading designer and manufacturer of slot machines and casino management systems for the global gaming market. For more information about Konami Gaming, Inc., please visit www.KonamiGaming.com.
About Kehl Management
RC Casino, LLC is a group of Iowa Investors led by the Kehl family involved in gaming in Iowa for over 23 years dating back to founding the Dubuque Casino Belle, the first riverboat casino to receive a license in the United States as well as opening and operating the Clinton Mississippi Belle II and Catfish Bend Casino in Burlington and Fort Madison, Iowa.
Those properties were sold and the Kehl group led the movement of casinos off the rivers in 2006 with the opening of land based casinos; Riverside Casino and Golf Resort and in 2009, Grand Falls Casino Resort near Larchwood, Iowa.