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International Game Technology (IGT) has announced that the company is extending its momentum in cashless gaming technology deployments to Oklahoma.

Indigo Sky Casino in Wyandotte is the latest casino to join the cashless gaming revolution by way of a multi-year agreement with IGT and a phased rollout of the Resort Wallet and IGTPay modules of the IGT ADVANTAGE casino management system.

By combining Resort Wallet technology with the IGTPay solution, Indigo Sky Casino will offer its patrons convenient, one-step access to funds from external sources such as credit and debit cards, bank accounts, and eWallets.

“Enhancing Indigo Sky Casino’s IGT ADVANTAGE deployment with IGT’s Resort Wallet and IGTPay modules will truly differentiate our gaming experience in Oklahoma and give our guests access to the industry’s most user-friendly cashless gaming technology. As the demand for cashless and contactless payment technologies accelerates in nearly every sector, Indigo Sky Casino is pleased to be an early mover in this space by partnering with our long-time growth partner, IGT,” Melanie Heskett, General Manager of Indigo Sky Casino, said.

“In deploying IGT’s Resort Wallet and IGTPay, Indigo Sky Casino will benefit from the many advantages of operating a cashless gaming ecosystem and its guests will enjoy added choice and convenience on the casino floor. Launching Resort Wallet and IGTPay in Oklahoma, one of the country’s premier tribal gaming markets, reflects IGT’s continued leadership in the digital payments space and the versatility of the IGT ADVANTAGE casino management system and modules,” Ryan Reddy, IGT Senior Vice President Global Product Management for VLT, Poker, Systems, and Payments, said.

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