Pavilion Payments adds 13 operators to its VIP Preferred ACH Network

April 19, 2023
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The VIP Network provides online banking credential access to patrons with connections to over 400 gaming facilities.

Pavilion Payments, gaming industry omnichannel payments solution provider, has added 13 distinct casino sites to its VIP Preferred ACH. This network will use online banking credentials for the provision of funding capabilities, simple transactions and an “improved gaming experience.”

The payments company announced a close of transaction with Global Payments earlier this month, as well as a name change to ‘Pavilion,’ which was chosen as a way to signal the company’s aim to “provide operators with integrated gaming solutions under one roof.”

Patrons using Pavilion Payments’ VIP Preferred ACH network may use their online banking credentials to create accounts, add secondary funding sources and connect to over 400 land-based and online gaming facilities across the US. Pavilion Payments’ integrated online bank credentialing includes: Action 24/7, BetSaracen, Betway Ohio Circa Sports Colorado, SuperBook Sports Ohio and Jackpot.com.

Implementing online banking features aims to make funds more accessible and keep patron information more secure. The company hopes to increase enrollment approval, improve speed of enrollment, eradicate any manual entry errors, and further security and safety measures.

Pavilion Payments has noted that this form of online banking integration also comes with the intent of appealing to the younger player demographic, who the company believes are more likely to use bank credentials. 

Christopher Justice, President of Pavilion Payments, said, “Pavilion Payments aims to equip operators and patrons with technology that creates a seamless payments process that is safe and secure. VIP Preferred provides cutting-edge capabilities such as online banking credential enrollment that will truly improve the patron gaming experience.”

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