Marker Trax partners with Rivers Casino Philadelphia, introducing contactless, cashless play and credit to the market
LAS VEGAS (May 24) – Las Vegas-based Marker Trax has announced a significant milestone today, partnering with Pennsylvania’s Rivers Casino Philadelphia, in a move that brings contactless, cashless play and credit to a Philadelphia casino for the first time.
Marker Trax has teamed up with the Fishtown venue to introduce the Pennsylvania gaming market’s first contactless, cashless digital advance system, through Rivers Casino Philadelphia’s Rush Credit program, powered by Marker Trax. Not only will the casino’s customers now enjoy their first opportunity to utilize digital cashless advances at their favorite games, but the partnership also marks the city’s introduction to offer advance funds to players for the purpose of gaming. This groundbreaking initiative, aimed at enhancing convenience and elevating the gaming experience, will revolutionize the way players enjoy their slot gaming experience.
“This is an important milestone for Marker Trax, casino customers in Philadelphia and the entire gaming industry,” said Marker Trax President Charlie Skinner. “We’re helping more and more operators enter the digital age and bring cashless advances to their customers, and Rivers Casino Philadelphia is showing how dedicated they are to both the future of this industry and the needs of their customers.”
Rivers Casino Philadelphia is a popular destination for locals and tourists alike in Philadelphia. Owned and operated by Rush Street Gaming, Rivers in Philly is one of five market-leading Rivers Casino properties across four gaming jurisdictions— Illinois, New York, Pennsylvania and Virginia.
“Our commitment to delivering an exceptional gaming experience drives our continuous pursuit of innovation,” said Rivers Casino General Manager Eric Althaus. “Introducing Rush Credit cashless casino advances offers our players the convenience they deserve while maintaining high standards of safety and security.”
“With the rise of cashless technology, more and more operators – and customers – are realizing the benefits of contactless and cashless advances to the gaming industry,” Skinner added. “With Marker Trax, Rivers Casino Philadelphia will be industry trailblazers in their region.”
Marker Trax’ innovative technology addresses business-to-business and business-to-consumer priorities in peerless fashion. Integrating with existing infrastructure, it provides instant digital casino marker funds to casino customers. The technology ensures those funds stay on-site and are paid, greatly reducing operator risk. Simultaneously, players benefit from a seamless, convenient approval process and revolutionary digital funding and payment mechanisms.
About Marker Trax, LLC
Marker Trax is a cashless, digital alternative to a casino marker. The product is the first of its kind to offer regulatory-compliant casino marker technology that takes inefficiency out of issuing advances and provides casinos with the tools to manage their casino credit underwriting and repayments. Developed and patented by the company’s founder, Gary Ellis, in 2018, Marker Trax makes for a more efficient gaming experience for players. The Marker Trax system allows players to be scored and given access to their markers in minutes. Marker Trax integrates into casino operating systems, allowing for easy start-up and player tracking. More information about Marker Trax can be found on the company’s website at www.markertrax.com.
About Rivers Casino Philadelphia
Located along the Delaware River waterfront in Fishtown, Rivers Casino Philadelphia features 1,547 slots, 78 table games, 66 hybrid gaming seats, a 28-table poker room and a designated sportsbook area for live sports betting. The casino offers an array of distinctive restaurants and bars — among them are Mian and Jack’s Bar + Grill — riverfront views, live performances in The Event Center, free parking, and daily promotions and giveaways. For additional information and current offerings, please visit RiversCasino.com/Philadelphia.