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Vegas casinos debut cashless gaming system for table games

Posted at 9:44 PM, Jan 28, 2020

LAS VEGAS (KTNV) — If you hate going to the ATM while you're at the casino table, new technology is now allowing players in Las Vegas to use their cards at the table.

Tuesday, The STRAT rolled out the new way to pay with ACS PlayOn machines.

"When ACS approached us with this idea and showed the ease of use and how safe and secure it was, it seemed like a no brainer for us," said Brian Stanton, with the Strat.

The hotel-casino released 15 machines and joins the likes of the The D hotel-casino in downtown, which also debuted the same cashless gaming system for their table games.

The system allows guests to withdraw anywhere from $50 to $3,000 during roulette and blackjack play.

"This is the next thing for casinos," Stanton said.