Station Casinos partners with Trustly to enhance its NFT loyalty marketplace

August 23, 2023
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Trustly will serve as an official NFT payments provider for the company.

Station Casinos has partnered with global open banking payments company, Trustly, to incorporate NFT payments into its digital casino. Under the terms of the agreement, Trustly will function as Station Casinos' official NFT payments provider.

Station Casinos launched STN Charms, the company’s new NFT loyalty marketplace, earlier this spring. Players can earn digital charms during play and can buy and sell the charms on the marketplace by using Trustly’s Open Banking Payments solution.

Red Rock Resorts and Station Casinos SVP of Innovation Tom Mikulich commented, “STN Charms is one-of-a-kind innovation in gaming.

“Trustly’s Open Banking technology is a key factor in this new endeavor, and we’re happy to be working with the top leader in payment processing for our industry.”

Part of the agreement also includes bringing in CentralAMS to facilitate the digital wallets on Station Casinos’ behalf.

CentralAMS Managing Member and former Nevada State Gaming Board member Mark Lipparelli said the group is eager to collaborate with the duo.

He said, “We are pleased to partner with Trustly and have them as part of the overall payments solutions for the STN Charms project. Their experience as a payment provider showed, and everyone has been a pleasure to work with.”

Trustly VP of Gaming John Parsons echoed similar sentiments by saying, “We’re excited to partner with Station Casinos and CentralAMS. Our work with them has allowed us to show how Open Banking technology can assist in creating a ground-breaking loyalty program by providing an integral payment system for its members-only marketplace.

"We’re proud to be a part of such a unique and innovative project.”


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