Through its relationship with Marker Trax, International Game Technology has bolstered its cashless gaming solutions.
Users of IGT Advantage casino management systems will be able to integrate the digital casino marker system technology into any variation of an IGT Resort Wallet deployment as a result of the cooperation.
Versatile cashless payments ecosystem
IGT’s senior vice president of global product management for VLT, systems, and payments, Ryan Reddy said: “In giving our customers the option to add Marker Trax’s specialised technology into their IGT Resort Wallet-powered casino apps, IGT is delivering an even more versatile cashless payments ecosystem.
“With the demand for cashless gaming solutions at an all-time high, technology integrations like what we’ve agreed to with Marker Trax will help our customers offer multiple cashless technologies in an intuitive, convenient and safe manner.”
“Safe and secure”
Patrons can create “safe and secure” casino markers on their own mobile device and fund an IGT-enabled cashless wagering account when IGT Advantage, Resort Wallet, and Trax are all active at the same time.
Gary Ellis, the founder and CEO of Marker Trax, said: “The customer experience is the most important thing in this business and IGT shares that philosophy. Working together, we are able to streamline and enhance the customer’s experience as they move across the casino floor.”
Fast-growing cashless segment
This partnership allows IGT and the innovative digital casino marker system to capitalise on the fast-growing cashless segment while also improving player convenience, record keeping, security, casino liquidity, and more.
COO of Marker Trax, Charlie Skinner said: “Working with IGT to expand the market penetration of Marker Trax is an honour. This agreement with IGT reaffirms our company’s commitment to offering the convenience and safety of Marker Trax to an expanded customer base.”
This latest expansion comes hot on the heels of IGT increasing it’s Colorado footprint after signing a Ute Mountain Casino deal, announced earlier this week