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Sightline Play+ Accounts Offering Limits Up to $1 Million

Sightline Play+ Accounts Offering Limits Up to $1 Million

On February 7, Sightline Payments introduced VIP Select, which allows invited clientele to access a Play+ account with a balance of up to $1 million, a significant increase from current limits via Sightline’s VIP program. Gaming operators will be able to offer the VIP Select option to patrons via invitation only.

VIP Select patrons will undergo an enhanced due-diligence process, including an extensive application process and verified history with their operator account. A patron will not be eligible for VIP Select without a proven account in good standing and verification that the customer is not on any responsible gaming, self-exclusion, or other watchlists. The new high-limit program has the same account structure as a traditional Play+ account, ensuring that operators can enable this feature for their patrons with no additional development.

“Our partners want the ability to offer increased account limits to their high-value clients,” said Jamie Parks, vice president and product manager, payments. “Operators have long viewed Play+ as an indispensable payment solution across the gaming industry, and offerings like VIP Select further solidify our place as the payments solution across North America.”

Sightline’s flagship Play+ product enables consumers to safely access gaming and entertainment with nearly every regulated digital gaming company in the United States. The Play+ cashless offering enables players to place their funds in a secure, FDIC-insured account, giving them access to their funds anywhere, anytime, while also earning rewards for all of their spending.

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