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Circa Chooses ACS PlayOn Cashless Gaming Solution

Circa Chooses ACS PlayOn Cashless Gaming Solution

Automated Cashless Systems’ PlayOn Cashless Table Game Solutions, already in place at Derek Stevens’ D Las Vegas property, will also be utilized at Stevens’ new Circa Resort & Casino, slated to open in Downtown Las Vegas by the end of the year.

PlayOn is a cashless payment solution that allows players to purchase casino chips using their debit cards. PlayOn eliminates having to leave the game in order to use an ATM machine or search out a cashier cage.

“Derek will be providing a new and unique gaming experience to his patrons in historic Downtown Las Vegas, and we’re thrilled that PlayOn will be a part of that offering,” said Steve Warner, founder and COO of ACS PlayOn. “We’re now seeing significant demand for PlayOn across the state, especially with the concerns surrounding currency and Covid-19. PlayOn is safe, secure and convenient.”

“When we began developing the casino space at Circa, we knew we wanted to deliver an unrivaled experience to eager players,” said Stevens, founder and CEO of Circa. “Introducing ACS PlayOn into the mix will allow us to offer convenient game play for locals and visitors alike, and enhance overall customer service.”

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