Aristocrat Gaming’s new facility coming up in Tulsa Oklahoma

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Aristocrat Gaming‘s new facility is now under construction. The leading designer, manufacturer and distributor of Class II & III games has broken ground on a new operations facility at Tulsa, Oklahoma, the US.  

Aristocrat Gaming’s new facility covering 137,500-square-foot, will consist of a mix of 112,500ft2 manufacturing space, a 25,000ft2 warehousing space, and a workspace for 300 employees, who will work on Class II video gaming terminals for the company. This facility will be named Tulsa Operations Center and is located at 15336 E Admiral Place South in Tulsa. The project is currently in progress, and the warehouse is slated for completion this winter, while the office space is scheduled to open in spring 2022. The general contractor for this project is Metro Construction Services while the JSA Architects are serving as the architects.

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At the groundbreaking event of Aristocrat Gaming’s new facility, Aristocrat President of Americas and EMEA Hector Fernandez addressed the group in attendance and explained that the company is “doubling down” on its symbiotic relationship with Tulsa. He also expressed the company’s determination to see their customers and employees succeed, and mentioned the importance of their 10 year commitment to Tulsa which would lead the community into the future.

The President of Video Gaming Technologies(VGT), James Star described  this project  as a celebration of the company’s employees, the community and the gaming industry.  He also said, “As employees, we live and work here, hoping that Tulsa will succeed, not just today. We want to be a cross-generational partner. This new facility will continue to provide better service to our customers. “

“We’re thrilled Aristocrat, a global leader in gaming technology, innovation, manufacturing and distribution, is expanding its presence in Tulsa,” said Mike Neal, president and CEO of the Tulsa Regional Chamber. “We’re proud to partner with them as they make significant investments in their company and northeast Oklahoma.

Among those who made an appearance at the event were Oklahoma Indian Gaming Association Chairman, Matthew Morgan and Aristocrat Gaming SVP Customer Order Execution, Deanne McKissick.