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Scientific Games & Marker Trax join forces | Cashless Gaming

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Cashless solutions are gaining massive success in the gambling industry, especially now that Nevada’s casinos are integrating the technologies into their facilities one by one. Scientific Games Corporation has already become a giant in the distribution of cashless gaming to operators, but as they join forces with Maker Trax, another major payment solutions company, the technology is expected to double in its progression.

Scientific Games & Marker Trax join forces | Cashless Gaming
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Scientific Games joins Marker Trax

Scientific Games Corporation is known for its incredible success in the gambling industry for creating outstanding casino content and providing operators with the newly integrated cashless technology. Marker Trax is also a leading company that takes credit for cashless alternatives for casinos and ​​issuing cashless funds In a contactless, convenient, and frictionless process.

Marker Trax recently partnered with Aristocrat Technologies, Sightline Payments, and IGT.  Now the company has announced its new partnership with Scientific Games Corporation in order to create an even better experience for operators and players in the gaming industry.

The Marker Trax solution provides operators with on-screen dashboard access to information such as player activity, reports, data analysis, and other features, and collected allows gamblers to gamble with ease without payment complications. The interface between Scientific Games’ slot management system and Unified Wallet’s cashless solution allows for instant transactions on their machines. The collaboration of both is expected to offer maximum convenience and outstanding usability for consumers.

“We focus on player convenience and operator efficiency, and our collaboration with Scientific Games enhances our commitment to the industry,” Gary EllisMarker Trax’s founder and CEO commented this week.

Players can apply for a Marker Trax account through free online and mobile app registration but must be a member of the operator’s loyalty program. Registration will be fully undertaken and will be approved by the Casino Credits Instant Rotation Advanced Line in a matter of minutes. SGT contributes to a higher-quality gambling experience and unmatched convenience for operators, as it eliminates the tedious progress of cashing in and out for both parties.

“This partnership will improve the gaming experience for our players. We look forward to working with the Marker Trax team to provide complete cashless technology,” Robbone, Senior Vice President of Global Systems and Tables at Scientific Games, stated. 

As two of the companies collaborate, gamblers at cashless casinos will have the opportunity to make payments, check their account balances, and experience advanced, user-friendly transactions with little to no mishaps. Charlie Skinner, Marker Trax Chief Operating Officer, also expressed enthusiasm in regards to the new partnership,

“We are excited to work with a great group of Scientific Games industry leaders to expand the reach of Marker Trax.”

Casinos in the U.S. are going cashless, and Nevada is currently taking the lead. Gaming regulators approved the use of cashless wagering technology in 2020, and the technology saw astronomical growth, especially with the success of recently-launched Las Vegas Resorts World - the world’s first fully cashless casino setting the tone for the rest of the industry.

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