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VIP Mobility

Global Payments Gaming Solutions

VIP Mobility

As consumers increasingly choose to go cashless in their daily lives, there is an expectation that these conveniences should extend to their gaming experiences as well. Unfortunately, cash remains king on gaming floors across the country—an experience that is increasingly inconvenient, expensive and insecure for casino operators and their patrons. Now, there’s a better way.

Global Payments Gaming Solutions’ VIP Mobility is a leader in enabling true cashless casino gaming while providing an easier, more efficient way to fund play. VIP Mobility gives casino operators the flexibility and opportunity to reduce costs while facilitating a seamless player experience from funding through cash-out.

VIP Mobility helps casinos deliver the VIP experience by empowering guests to create digital TITO tickets on their mobile device by scanning an existing voucher or using their VIP Preferred e-check account. Patrons then pair their mobile device to any slot or table game by scanning a QR code. They can reload from their phone and retrieve funds once they are finished playing.

Not only does VIP Mobility operate within the casino’s existing technology structure, but it also drives a more cost-effective, secure payment method within gaming floors, allowing patrons to enjoy the freedom of digital ticketing and uninterrupted cashless play.

For more information, visit globalpaymentsgaming.com.

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