The WinStar World Casino and Resort will have its payments processed by Shift4, which entered into a partnership with The Chickasaw Nation.
Shift4 is not only powering the WinStar location but all of the casino locations owned by the Tribe, this includes 23 casinos and non-casino tribal-owned locations as well.
The company is also partnering with Everi to support select cashless casino operations, in addition to handling all payment processing.
Shift4 Chief Commercial Officer Michael Isaacman commented: "We’re thrilled to help the Chickasaw Nation enhance its gaming, F&B, lodging, retail and ticketing experience with our integrated processing capabilities.
"Gaming enthusiasts from around the world frequent the Chickasaw Nation’s many casinos and venues, and we expect our commerce technology to deliver a seamless, reliable and secure transaction experience for them."
The WinStar World Casino features nearly 400,000 square feet of gaming space, all of which will have its payments processed and supported by Shift4.
Chickasaw Nation Secretary of Commerce Dan Boren added: "We place high importance on delivering a seamless customer experience across our gaming and entertainment venues for our patrons.
"We expect Shift4’s payment processing technologies and expertise will enhance the experience we provide and enable our patrons to focus on enjoying their time while at one of our properties located in south central Oklahoma."
Shift4 recently announced the launch of a new online payments platform that supports 24 languages, over 160 currencies and all major card types.
The platform also includes anti-fraud tools to protect businesses from chargebacks and is expected to be used in the various Chickasaw Nation casinos.