UK – Boxhill secures cash machine deal with ten London casinosBy Phil - 5 September 2014
Boxhill Technologies’ first casino cash machines operated by its Pay Corporation subsidiary are operational in London’s Hippodrome casino.
The company said it has signed more contracts which will see the machines put into many of London’s biggest casinos with the next cash machine being installed at the new Hilton Park Lane Casino, while eight further sites have been agreed subject to contract. Pay Corp will also be surveying sites across the country over the next two quarters.
The company says the cash machines mean casino clients don’t have to carry around large amounts of cash and aren’t limited to the maximum daily withdrawal limit set by their card issuer. The machines also capture data on players who will spend between £1,000 and £100,000 a visit, data that can be used by casinos to ‘enhance the player experience for this important group of customers.’
Boxhill Chief Executive Philip Jackson said: “There is a significant group of casino visitors who want to stake amounts in excess of GBP500 and do not have arrangements with casinos – Casino Cash allows those players to access larger amounts of money at the casino.”