As a result, Light & Wonder and Mohegan Inspire Entertainment Resort in Incheon, South Korea have entered a new systems agreement that will allow the land-based venue to strengthen its operations and provide gamblers and guests with unmatched gaming experience.
Light & Wonder Brings Slots and Electronic Tables
This will include the installation of Light & Wonder’s slots and electronic table games, which will ensure that Mohegan Inspire brings the quality experience that travelers and players have come to expect from the brand. Commenting on this opportunity, Light & Wonder’s CEO of gaming, Siobhan Lane, said:
A partnership with Mohegan INSPIRE offers a tremendous opportunity for Light & Wonder in the Asian market. INSPIRE will be an incredible all-new, state-of-the-art destination and we look forward to its historic debut.
Light & Wonder’s CEO of gaming, Siobhan Lane
Lane said that the entire company was very happy to be expanding its rapport with Mohegan and to continue to work with the land-based industry in general. The chief executive assured that Light & Wonder’s mission statement was to ensure that it provides the highest level of efficiency for the resort and helps guests get an unmatched player experience anywhere on the property.
Happy to Create True Value for Players
The tie-up was similarly welcomed by Mohegan COO Jody Madigan who said that Light & Wonder is a company that offers excellent systems and precisely the type of advanced solutions needed to make Inspire become one of the most worthwhile experiences for guests.
The Light & Wonder systems also provide valuable business insight that helps with driving business metrics and implementing this new tech would offer significant value to players. This partnership is still well ahead of the actual property opening which is expected to happen later in 2023. Then, the casino gaming floor should come online next year.
The project has already cost $1.6 billion to develop. The Mohegan Tribal Gaming Authority has spent $1.6 billion to develop the casino, which will cater only to foreigners and feature a 1,200-room hotel along with many other dinings, retail, and meeting spaces across the resort.