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Konami Gaming will combine its Synkros casino management system with Everi’s digital CashClub Wallet to provide “a highly dependable, hassle-free cashless experience for both player and operator.”
Konami will offer the Everi funding and payment solution to operator partners who use the group’s CMS as a result of the partnership.
The Everi solution, which will work in tandem with Konami’s ‘Money Klip,’ which enables cashless play at slots and tables, aims to empower casino operators to “deliver on all aspects of the emerging mobile ecosystem,” including funding at the gaming device, point-of-sale payments, and funding online sports betting, igaming, and social gaming.”
Enhanced player experience
Everi’s executive vice president and fintech business leader, Darren Simmons said: “The partnership with Konami gives us the opportunity to support the Synkros CMS solution with our industry-leading CashClub wallet technology.
“We enhance the player experience by bringing customer-centric features to loyalty, payments, and cage and cash operations.
“For operators, this partnership creates measurable efficiencies while extending engagement between casinos and their patrons across the gaming environment.”
Synkros allows operators to gather data from all connected parts of the business, including gaming and non-gaming, to provide a 360-degree patron view. Marketing, slots, tables, analytics, cage, credit, vault, and other interconnected resort services are all included.
‘Highly dependable, hassle-free cashless experience’
Konami Gaming’s executive vice president and chief operating officer is Tom Jingoli said: “Synkros is designed to empower casinos to grow and leverage the latest technology available, through its robust, dependable, and scalable architecture.
“This integration with Everi’s cashless solution offers a highly dependable, hassle-free cashless experience for both player and operator.”
Earlier this week Everi reported record second quarter financial results, citing an improvement in market trends as well as the implementation of continuing expansion strategies.
When compared to 2019’s $129.7m (2020: $38.7m), revenue for the period ending June 30, 2021 increased by 33 percent to $172.6m (2020: $38.7m), with the group’s games segment reaching a new high of $99.3m (2020: $20.9m & 2019: $69.4m) and fintech reaching an all-time high of $73.2m (2020: $17.8m & 2019: $60.3m).