Cash May No Longer Be King But Issues Remain With Cashless Casino Gaming

As an industry that has historically been slow to adopt new technologies, Steve Warner, chief operating officer of Automated Cashless Systems, says acceptance of cashless gaming will have to be a priority if casinos plan to cater to a new generation of consumer.

“Nobody uses cash much anymore,” Warner told GamblingCompliance. “Casinos are one of the last places where cash is really used.”

Reno-based Automated Cashless Systems (ACS) has developed and licensed a cashless wagering system, known as ACS PlayOn, which allows players to swipe their debit cards at gaming tables and receive casino chips.

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