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CASINO NEWS


Morongo to launch Cashless through Marker Trax via SYNKROS


Building on its legacy of innovation, the Morongo Casino, Resort and Spa in Cabazon, California, has partnered with Marker Trax, setting the stage for the Southern California gaming destination to become the nation’s first tribal casino to offer cashless casino slot markers. The history-making move also has Morongo poised to become the gaming industry’s first casino in California to introduce cashless wagering markers to its floor. Marker Trax will run through the Konami SYNKROS


casino management system and will allow Morongo guests to conveniently and securely apply, get approved, and begin using their digital marker – all in under five minutes and all electronically. Rather than retrieving physical cash for a casino marker, guests enrolled in a PIN-protected SYNKROS cashless wagering account can use their Marker Trax credit line to play electronically on any slot or video poker machine in the casino. “We’re excited to be working with Marker Trax to introduce cashless wagering markers to our


guests,” said Richard St. Jean, COO of Morongo Casino. “The convenience and ease of Marker Trax will be a huge bonus for our players, and underscores Morongo’s history of embracing state-of-the-art technology to enhance our gaming experience. With Marker Trax, our guests can be approved for a gaming line and at the machine in minutes.” Marker Trax is a patented cashless wagering


technology that allows casinos to digitally and securely issue funds. The entire process is digitally monitored through the casino management system. Since the company launched in 2018, the collaboration with Morongo is the first tribal partnership, and first major casino relationship launched for the new gaming product. Marker Trax will offer Morongo access to its players’ data analytics and access to its players’ marker tracking. This information can also be accessed from any machine on the property. When players wish to withdraw from their cashless wagering accounts, the Marker


JCM and Cordish Companies execute Master Supplier agreement


JCM Global has entered into a master supplier agreement with The Cordish Companies, expanding a long-term partnership between the two companies. The industry-leading agreement establishes JCM as the exclusive provider for bill validators, thermal printers, and peripheral management systems for all their gaming casino properties: Live! Casino & Hotel Maryland, Live! Casino & Hotel Philadelphia, and Live! Casino Pittsburgh. JCM will upgrade the thermal printers at Live!


Casino & Hotel Maryland to the standard-setting GEN5 Thermal Printer. The property is already equipped with JCM’s award-winning iVIZION bill validator and Intelligent Cash Box System (ICB) system. The Cordish Companies will expand their


gaming operations by opening the new Live! Casino Pittsburgh in late 2020 with 750 electronic gaming machines (EGMs) and the new Live! Casino & Hotel Philadelphia in early 2021 with 2,255 EGMs. Both properties will feature the award-winning iVIZION bill validator, the GEN5 thermal printer, and the ICB system.


8 DECEMBER 2020 With the solid foundation of iVIZION and GEN5,


The Cordish Companies are prepared for the future and equipped to unleash the power of JCM’s FUZION, the only system that enables complete peripheral management over EGM bill validators, thermal printers, and other connected peripherals. Cordish Gaming Group President Robert Norton


said: “At Cordish Companies, we are focused on bringing the most innovative products, the best technology solutions, and maximum benefits to our properties. Expanding our partnership with JCM through this master supplier agreement further positions our gaming floors for the future, enabling us to provide even higher levels of customer service to our guests while increasing security and accountability across the operation.” “Throughout their history, The Cordish


Companies have been leaders and visionaries for


the gaming industry. This unique and extraordinary deal builds on our long-term relationship with Live! and expands on our partnership to create an amazing corporate-wide opportunity for JCM,” JCM SVP Sales, Marketing, & Operations Dave Kubajak said. “Our casino partners trust and rely on JCM to provide the most secure, most innovative, most efficient transaction technologies available anywhere. We are honored to extend that trust with The Cordish Companies across multiple properties and into the future.”


Trax system, along with SYNKROS, settles any outstanding balance prior to payout. “We are looking forward to a successful launch


at Morongo,” said Charlie Skinner, COO of Marker Trax. “The technology behind the product is truly unmatched by any other product in the casino industry today, and we could not be happier to be launching with the team at Morongo.” “Morongo guests will be the first outside


Nevada to enjoy Marker Trax cashless slot markers, thanks to the leadership of Richard St. Jean and his team, Marker Trax’s strong launch success, and SYNKROS’ robust core environment,” said Tom Jingoli, Executive Vice President and Chief Operating Officer at Konami Gaming, Inc. “Konami’s SYNKROS casino management system is designed with the agility, data architecture, and integration capabilities to help deliver these types of collaborative tech opportunities to players and properties.” Prior to signing up for Marker Trax, guests must first enrol in Morongo’s loyalty program.


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