Warhorse Deploys Playersoft Mobile Club Signup

Nebraska’s Warhorse Gaming has deployed Playersoft mobile signup technology to register players anywhere on its new casino’s slot floor for the loyalty club.

Warhorse Deploys Playersoft Mobile Club Signup

Warhorse Gaming, Inc., the branch of the Winnebago tribe of Nebraska that will open the Warhorse Casino this fall, announced that it has deployed mobile signup technology from Playersoft to facilitate player registration for its slot club anywhere on the gaming floor.

The casino gaming corporation, a division of Ho-Chuck Inc., will leverage Mobile Enrollment at WarHorse Casino in Lincoln, Nebraska’s first casino. Team members will have the ability to quickly enroll guests for a WarHorse Rewards club card from anywhere on property with the Playersoft system, driving players directly to the casino floor to begin their gaming experience.

The new casino will showcase over 400 slot machines. Registering new club members is a top priority for WarHorse. The mobility of club sign-ups is known to be a time-saver, getting players into action faster, while staff can service more players on the go. The Playersoft system and team came highly recommended based on their robust system features, quick install support, and industry experience with property openings.

“We are excited to be the first casino operator in Nebraska to deploy Mobile Enrollment by Playersoft,” said Pete Graziano, director of marketing for WarHorse Gaming. “It will enable an easy sign-up experience for our guests and be efficient for our team members. Mobile Enrollment is a tremendous tool to help build our loyalty program database quickly, collecting clean data for timely & relevant customer marketing. It’s a win-win situation.”

The Mobile Enrollment system is used at casino properties nationwide and is considered the gold standard for remote club enrollment. The system is designed to run on Apple iOS devices with Playersoft Scanner, which allows WarHorse to mobilize club staff.

“We feel very privileged to have this opportunity to work with the WarHorse team,” said Hunter Hunstock, Playersoft’s CEO. “Attaining our first deployment in the state of Nebraska is a major milestone for us, and I know they’re going to reap great benefits from the features of the system.”