Gaming and entertainment company Maverick Gaming has taken the next step toward cashless gaming by implementing Acres’ CMS+ and Cashless Casino technology applications. Both systems are designed to streamline casino management and enhance player engagement.
Acres anticipates both of its solutions at Maverick will go live during the first half of next year, pending regulatory approval.
Maverick Gaming Chief Operating Officer Justin Beltram described Acres’ technology as an “ideal fit” for Maverick’s casino operations.
Beltram commented: "Our team has rigorously evaluated a wide range of CMS and cashless technologies and found that Acres' CMS+ and Cashless Casino applications are an ideal fit with our casino floor operations.
"We are excited to get to work with the team from Acres to deploy their technology and look forward to delivering an elevated gaming entertainment experience to our guests as enabled by these new solutions."
Both CMS+ and Cashless Casino are part of Acres’ Foundation platform. Acres designed Foundation to aid casinos in daily operations while minimizing costs and improving connectivity between staff members. In turn, players can benefit from the system through quicker access to funds and the ability to move money between their accounts and the app’s wallet.
"We are excited that Maverick Gaming has placed their trust in the revolutionary capabilities provided by Foundation and selected our CMS+ and Cashless Casino apps for deployment,” said Noah Acres of Acres Manufacturing Company.
“These solutions provide operators with easy to implement and use technology that helps them grow revenue and operate more efficiently, and we expect Maverick's properties to quickly benefit from CMS+ and Cashless Casino.”
Acres went on to add that he is confident the advance in technology will aid Maverick Gaming in building player loyalty “by more effectively staying engaged with their best guests in real-time on the casino floor while also operating more efficiently.”
Maverick Gaming was founded in 2017 by Eric Persson and Justin Beltram. During the past five years, the company has grown to include 27 locations throughout Nevada, Colorado and Washington State.