Light & Wonder partners with Shift4 to offer cashless gaming options

June 7, 2023
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Players can have quick access to funds at the table without the need for cash, says the supplier.

Light & Wonder has signed an agreement with Shift4 that will allow the company to integrate its AToM cashless table-top debit solution with Shift4’s payment processing software.

The collaboration will give players the ability to access their funds without needing cash and without having to leave the table during game play. In addition to its user-friendly and accessible features, AToM offers efficient reporting, as well as providing real-time accounting and increased player retention.

Global Gaming, TablesSVP Mike McKiski said, “AToM is unbelievably simple, intuitive and offers a great convenience for players. Integrating Shift4’s payment processing capabilities allows us to drive greater value and retention for our customers and a better experience for players.

“These solutions complement each other and our current product family, enabling us to deliver a truly differentiated offering.”

Shift4 SVP of New Verticals Anthony Perez explained the company’s goals and described its partnership with Light & Wonder as mutually beneficial.

He commented, “Shift4 is transforming commerce across various industries with a simplified payment experience that seamlessly integrates into leading technology solutions. Light & Wonder is a leader in cashless solutions for casinos, and Shift4 is excited to enhance the player experience for its customers.

“We are quickly growing our presence in the gaming space with our ability to deliver both card-present and card-not-present solutions, and this agreement further enhances our capabilities for our casino customers.”

Light & Wonder is formerly known as Scientific Games Corporation and employs more than 6,000 team members on six continents. The company says it remains focused on developing quality games for players and maintaining a high level of integrity.


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