Rio Hotel & Casino partners with Passport Technology

June 1, 2023
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Passport Technology will provide payment solutions for Rio Hotel & Casino

Rio Hotel & Casino has partnered with processing solutions company Passport Technology ahead of Dreamscape taking over operations at the property later this year.

Having acquired the hotel & casino back in 2019, Dreamscape will oversee the redevelopment, finances, marketing, gaming and entertainment aspects of the hotel moving forward.

The redevelopment will include: refurbished public spaces and room remodeling, as well as an addition of new food selections and beverage options, slot and table products as well as Passport Technology’s fintech solutions and services.

Kevin Sweet, Chief Gaming Officer for RioHotel & Casino, said, "Passport provides a compelling and full-encompassing solution set that fits our innovative and guest-centric approach to the Las Vegas experience.

"We selected Passport's payments, data processing and cash automation solutions and are looking forward to a collaborative and successful partnership to support our resort transformation."

Diallo Gordon, CPO and CMO for Passport Technology, said, "The selection of our full suite of services by the Rio is an output of the innovation, diligence and commitment to service by the company as well as our breadth and reach of products.

"There are multiple innovative solutions within our suite that support and advances Dreamscape's vision of an approachable, deeply connected, and integrated resort."

Jason King, CRO, Passport Technology, said, "We will continue to be aggressive in driving the industry and pushing the envelope with our products and services within North America.

"We are grateful to the Rio in being trusted as their innovation and transformation partner throughout the resort and eager to contribute to the Rio's success."


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