Station Casinos’ Las Vegas properties to gain ACS’ cashless gaming solution

Station Casinos is to roll-out Automated Cashless Systems’ PlayOn cashless table game solution across its Las Vegas property network following a successful field trial at Red Rock Casino Resort Spa.

The Red Rock Resort subsidiary becomes the latest firm to adopt the cashless payments technology after Las Vegas’ first property to be built from the ground up in over three decades, Circa Resort and Casino, linked-up with the firm earlier in the month.

“Station Casinos is an iconic brand in Las Vegas, and we are thrilled about expanding PlayOn with their other properties. Red Rock was the site for our Nevada field trial, and we look forward to building on the success and patron adoption that was realised at Red Rock,” stated Steve Warner, ACS PlayOn’s founder

“We’ve spent significant time working with the NGCB to meet all applicable MICS, technical standards and responsible gaming regulations and are seeing significant interest to deploy PlayOn across the state, especially with the concerns surrounding currency and COVID-19. PlayOn’s safe, secure and convenient.”

PlayOn is a cashless payments solution that allows players to purchase casino chips using their debit card, and aims to eliminate the necessity of having to leave the game in order to use an ATM machine or search out a cashier cage.

“We continually look at ways to innovate and enhance the guest experience, including how guests access funds,” said John Pourciau, Station Casinos’ corporate director of finance and treasury. 

“Through PlayOn, we are able to offer a new, safe and convenient cashless option for the guest to purchase chips directly at the game.”

In addition to table games, ACS PlayOn possesses a full suite of cashless and contactless solutions that includes slots, sportsbooks and poker rooms.

“We are excited about the recent regulatory changes that the Nevada Gaming Control Board and Commission have made for progressing with cashless wagering systems and cashless gaming altogether and hope other jurisdictions will as well,” stated Shawn Quick, ACS PlayOn’s CTO.

“The revised regulations will allow for ACS PlayOn to introduce our additional innovative ideas and suite of solutions to the industry.”