California’s Jamul Casino in San Diego County is now using Konami SYNKROS casino management system to interface with Marker Trax, which provides cashless markers for slot and video poker games.
It becomes the second casino in the Golden State to introduce the system.
Jamul General Manager Mary Cheeks declared, “Cashless is the future of gaming, and we are excited to introduce this cutting-edge technology to our valued guests.” She continued, “This new benefit of our Sweetwater Rewards players club program delivers on Jamul Casino’s promise of offering guests and team members best in class technologies to enable elevated experiences.”
Players can access Marker Trax online or through an app that keeps track of account balance and billing. They use it to access funds for playing slots or video poker.
Before using the system, players must sign up for the casino’s loyalty program: Sweetwater Rewards.
Konami Gaming Chief Operating Officer Tom Jingoli commented, “SYNKROS’ time-tested cashless solutions in combination with Marker Trax’s leading-edge digital offering make for a highly dependable, hassle-free experience.”
Charlie Skinner, chief operating officer of Marker Trax, commented, “We are excited to partner with Jamul Casino to introduce cashless advances to their casino floor. The technology is unmatched, and we look forward to a successful launch working with the team at Jamul.”
Cashless gaming has been a rising wave ever since the American Gaming Association began supporting it three years ago. It has begun to appear in Nevada, Pennsylvania, New Jersey, Indiana, joining established systems in Florida and California’s San Manuel Casino.