Through OMNI™,our multi-functional Bingo Management System, Video King can store an “electronic” version of your raffle drum.
The operator decides how people qualify, then during each POS sale, the system automatically records the players’ “tickets” or chances in the draw and prints their entry numbers at the bottom of their receipt.
If you use a player’s club loyalty program, the players don’t even have to keep this receipt – the system will remember who each chance belongs to!
Want to mobilize your game
... Video King’s new VeriPowerPlay gives you the power to play Bingo virtually
anywhere. Not only is this portable,
all-in-one Bingo system easy to transport, but cost-effective, bypassing the
need for heavy equipment, such as blowers and flashboards.
In fact, it’s the ideal
solution for smaller venues, such as senior centers, RV parks, churches, condo
associations, bars, community centers, TV and radio Bingo, as well as aboard cruise ships.
The VeriPowerPlay is
essentially Video King’s PowerPlay™ software on a laptop computer. In other
words, our PowerPlay Bingo desk without the balls.
The laptop verifier, with
optional random number generator, is able to verify most known paper perms.
(But please check your jurisdiction regarding RNG.)
It can also be used with a
small, ball-draw cage or any other simple ball-draw method.Equipped with VGA and HDMI outputs, the
verifier will run video flashboards. No other equipment is needed, other than a
TV or projector screen.
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Free Of Cables, Other Limitations!
Let freedom reign as Video King unveils the Freedom Play,™ our new wireless flashboard, using state-of-the-art, gaming technology.
A dazzling display – set in vivid colors with dynamic animations – the
wireless flashboard frees you up from cabling, wiring, hardware
components, labor, maintenance and equipment costs and other
In addition, you’ll have the luxury of showcasing your own advertisements and multi-media presentations, customizable game display options, higher-resolution graphics –featuring “Champ,” our canine mascot – and other visual elements, upping the excitement and enhancing your hall’s entire entertainment value.
Tara yelled “Bingo!” on the 48th ball called on the bingo jackpot, to be the winner of the biggest bingo jackpot paid out in Western New York – just one number shy from walking away with one million dollars.
Seneca Gaming and Entertainment Salamanca celebrated their 36th birthday with a Million Dollar Bingo Special with Level 2 paying out $2,000 on 10 regular games and a jackpot that potentially could have made one lucky player a millionaire.
Even though the million-dollar jackpot wasn’t won, Tara, as well as the rest of the crowd inside the bingo hall was ecstatic to witness such an enormous win!
The Game Room also had hot seat drawings every hour from 10:30 a.m. to 7:30 p.m. to play plynko. Each hot seat winner had a chance to drop their plynko chips and win $3,600, totaling $36,000 in cash prizes.
The Salamanca Poker Room hosted a $3,600 Guaranteed Texas Hold’em tournament at noon that had over 45 players register and fight for the top spot for the guaranteed prize pool.
Seneca Gaming and Entertainment, owned and operated by the Seneca Nation of Indians, has three Class II gaming facilities in Salamanca, Irving and Cuba, N.Y.
Salamanca and Irving include high-stakes bingo halls and exciting gaming machines along with luxury Poker rooms at the Salamanca facility and Seneca Niagara Casino and Hotel. Seneca Gaming and Entertainment Oil Spring in Cuba offers more than 100 exciting gaming machines.
Dinosaurs To Technological Advancements
Past, Present, Future Rock His World
He grew up in rural North Carolina on a tobacco farm in the foothills of the Smokey Mountains. He can trace his Scottish-English-Irish ancestors back to the 1600s, as they journeyed to North America, then a brave, new world.
One of his grandfathers, a whaler, was an original deed
holder of Nantucket, now a historic seaport off the coast of
Massachusetts. Another forefather fought alongside Gen. George Washington in 1777, against British forces during this nation’s Revolutionary War.
At age 17, he wondered what he could do to “get off the farm.” His family had a history of serving in the military. His father, a marine and POW, was severely wounded during the Korean War. Instead, he joined the U.S. Air Force.
“I was always interested in space and flying,” said Tim Adams, Video King’s Director of Technical Service & Support.
“When I was young, there had been no one in space. I would lay out in
the field at night and listen as Sputnik, (a Soviet satellite that
inaugurated the Space Age) broadcast its signal over the radio as it
crossed the night sky.”
He’d also watch in fascination, as trucks would haul large pieces of
aircraft enroute to Langley, Va., home to CIA headquarters, in a state
Trained in aircraft rescue he became
a member of a para-rescue unit, he had full intentions of pursuing a
military career. But instead of serving his country, he was called for
duty – in his eyes – closer to home. In 1974, he donated a kidney to his
brother, the second ever live transplant of its kind performed, at
Baptist Hospital in Winston Salem, N.C., a deed he never regretted, but
ultimately curtailing his career.