Las Vegas, NV (PressExposure) October 21, 2011 -- Sightline Payments (Sightline), an innovative payments company to the gaming industry, today announced the completion of several payment's suite contracts including Spotlight 29 Casino located in Coachella, CA which is owned and operated by the Twenty-Nine Palms Band of Mission Indians with a nearly 250,000-square-foot facility and 2,000 slot machines and table games. Sightline is also pleased to announce the signing of Wyandotte Nation Casino featuring over 500 slot machines in Wyandotte, OK and Cahuilla Casino with over 300 slot machines in Anza, CA.
Sightline's payment suite includes Redemption7X, ATM3X, Enhanced Cash Advance, SmartAdvance, Cashless Gaming, and MobileFunds.
"We've always prided ourselves on exceeding the expectations of our customers and offering them an exceptional value proposition" said Sightline Payments EVP Diran Kludjian. "We are also proud to mark our one year anniversary of our first customer installations and delivering on our goal of not having a single unscheduled downtime".
Rena Salgado Director of Cage Operations for Spotlight 29 added "We selected Sightline after an extensive evaluation of various payments providers in the market. We believe Sightline solutions, in alliance with Bally Technologies, will help enable us to take our player's funding experience to a new level with unsurpassed reliability and innovative cashless gaming and mobile solutions."
From mobile phone applications to cashless gaming technologies, Sightline and its strategic partners bring differentiation to the casino payments world that results in higher customer satisfaction and increased profitability for the casino operator.
Sightline is now operational in 5 states including CA, WA, OK, CO, and KS.
Indian Tribal achievements should be honored and supported by becoming an Associate Member of the National Indian Gaming Association (NIGA) and Sightline is a proud provider of services to a number of Indian Tribal Casinos including Twenty-Nine Palms Band of Mission Indians, Wyandotte Nation, Cahuilla Band of Indians, The Nooksack Indian Tribe, Cachil Dehe Band of Wintun Indians, and Alturas Indian Rancheria.