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NRT Partners with Sightline Payments

NRT Partners with Sightline Payments

NRT Technology, one of the largest fintech and information technology companies in the global gaming industry, announced a new strategic partnership with Sightline Payments, the industry leader in cashless payment technology solutions. The partnership will allow for the deployment and enablement of thousands of NRT touchpoints with the Play+ cashless technology across the casino floor, bringing a new level of unified user experience across the integrated casino resort.

NRT has developed specific integrations into the Play+ platform with a view towards enabling cashless transactions for faster, safer and more convenient experiences for gaming and non-gaming guests. When combined with NRT’s family of products, Play+ provides a frictionless and contactless environment to provide guests secure and convenient access to their funds and the freedom to spend at restaurants, retail, hotel and more.

The integration of Sightline’s flagship product, Play+, with NRT’s guest enrollment, tables, cage and kiosk solutions is a major step forward which represents the combined effort of both organizations over multiple years.

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