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Morongo to Introduce Marker Trax Cashless Wagering

Morongo to Introduce Marker Trax Cashless Wagering

The Morongo Casino, Resort and Spa in Southern California announced that it will be the first tribal casino to offer cashless casino markers developed by Marker Trax through the Konami Synkros casino management system.

The system, which recently underwent a successful test at the Ellis Island casino in Las Vegas, will allow Morongo guests to conveniently and securely apply, get approved, and begin using their digital marker, all in under five minutes and all electronically. Rather than retrieving physical cash for a casino marker, guests enrolled in a PIN-protected Synkros cashless wagering account can use their Marker Trax credit line to play electronically on any slot or video poker machine in the casino.

Marker Trax will offer Morongo access to its players’ data analytics and access to its players’ marker tracking.

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