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Sightline Picks JP Morgan for Payment Processing

Sightline Picks JP Morgan for Payment Processing

Sightline Payments announced it has selected JP Morgan Payments as the primary merchant acquirer and payments processor for Sightline’s Play+ ecosystem, which enables consumers to spend their funds with more than 80 partners in over 40 states across the sports betting, lottery, racing, and online and brick-and-mortar casino markets.

Sightline plans to work with JP Morgan Payments as it develops products and services that solve payments challenges for casino operators and consumers. Routing Play+ transactions through JP Morgan Payments will benefit both merchants and Play+ account holders, providing consumers with faster cash-outs.

Sightline’s Play+ solution has enabled consumers to interact with gaming operators since 2012. Today, Play+ has more than 1.5 million account holders nationally, providing them with a wide variety of funding options and the industry’s fastest access to their funds. In 2021, Sightline’s Play+ transformed the cash-based gaming industry by launching cashless gaming offerings at casinos in Nevada, Indiana, Ohio and Pennsylvania. Visitors to these casinos can use their Play+ accounts to fund their activities on and off the casino floor without ever having to get cash.

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