IGT bolsters cashless Las Vegas gaming experience with Station Casinos agreement

IGT bolsters cashless Las Vegas gaming experience with Station Casinos agreement
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IGT has signed a multi-year deal with Station Casinos to deploy its Resort Wallet and IGTPay cashless gaming modules at six flagship locations in Las Vegas.

The global lottery and gaming firm wants to make Las Vegas the ‘epicentre of the cashless gaming revolution’ by utilising its IGT Advantage casino management system.

IGT’s technologies will power the STN Cash app – Las Vegas’ first fully integrated, turnkey cashless gaming solution.

Its the latest technology agreement struck by IGT, following recent deals with the likes of OLG.

“It’s exciting to see Station Casinos at the forefront of the on-premise cashless gaming revolution by powering its impressive STN Cash app with the Resort Wallet and IGTPay modules of the IGT Advantage casino management system,” said Nick Khin, IGT Chief Operating Officer, Global Gaming.

“In deploying IGT’s turnkey cashless solution and providing more ease to its customers, Station Casinos is positioned at the forefront of on-premise industry payment trends.”

Players using the STN Cash app will no longer require a physical boarding pass card during slot play.

Instead, they now simply ‘tap in’ with their smartphone and they can accumulate and redeem reward points during carded play sessions.

The STN Cash app will be introduced at Barley’s Casino & Brewery and Wildfire Casinos throughout Las Vegas in the future.

“Station Casinos continues to be the leader in guest experience providing our guests leading-edge technologies such as IGT’s Resort Wallet and IGTPay that drive slot play, distinguish our casinos and reward our loyal Boarding Pass members,” added Tom Mikulich, Station Casinos, Senior Vice President of Innovation.

“Our IGT-powered STN Cash app is deployed across our entire Nevada enterprise and has introduced efficiencies and player conveniences that support Station Casinos’ growth and profitability targets.”