Resorts World Las Vegas hotel-casino is proving to be at the forefront of cashless gaming technology.
Resorts World Las Vegas has partnered with Sightline Payments, one of the most innovative providers in this area. On Thursday, December 1, 2022, they further strengthened their collaboration.
As a result, the Strip’s gaming establishment just welcomed a second-generation technology for cashless payments.
To provide the best possible experiences for consumers
For several years now, Sightline Payments has been pushing digital solutions that allow land-based casino customers to play cashless with the sole purpose of providing the best possible experiences for consumers.
Its enhanced collaboration with Resorts World Las Vegas, which is the focus of today’s news, means that players at this hotel-casino can now take advantage of second generation technology. This includes remote identification and registration, biometric authentication and a single digital wallet with Sightline Mobile+ and Play+ solutions.
Second generation solutions reduce time to start playing
It’s now been June 2021 since Sightline Payments signed a partnership agreement with Resorts World Las Vegas to deploy its technology at the Strip hotel-casino. However, neither company believes that cashless payments will eliminate or even supplant the use of cash.
These solutions simply provide a better experience for customers. Indeed, it reduces the time it takes to start playing. In addition, it is important to know that you can register, verify and fund your player accounts from anywhere in the world.
The second generation technology added by Sightline Payments at Resorts World Las Vegas allows consumers to avoid moving funds from Play+ accounts to player accounts. This reduces the amount of time it takes to start playing their favorite slot machines or traditional tables.
Resorts World Las Vegas: the newest and most expensive hotel-casino on the Strip
Owned by the Malaysian conglomerate Genting Group, the $4.3 billion Resorts World Las Vegas only opened on June 24, 2021. It is therefore the most expensive hotel-casino in the city but also the first to be completely built on the Strip since the Cosmopolitan opened in 2010.
With more than 3,500 rooms and suites, 40 bars and restaurants and a theater that can accommodate 4,700 people, it offers a large gaming area covering more than 10,900 square meters. Within it, there is a room dedicated to sports betting and a poker room.
In the casino area itself, there are 1,400 slot machines and 117 traditional gaming tables waiting for customers.