Seminole Gaming Debuts Power Bank™, Self-Pay Jackpot™
Hollywood, Fla. (May 26, 2016) – Seminole Gaming recently introduced Power Bank and Self-Pay Jackpot at all of its casino properties.
Created by Scientific Games, Power Bank is a new and enhanced way to play slots. It offers guests the opportunity to transfer funds right to their favorite slot machine – from their Casino Credit account.
Participation is free and guests must be 21 or older and have a Seminole Wild Card. Further requirements include having an active Casino Credit Account in good standing.
“Power Bank is simple, safe, secure and convenient,” said Larry Mullin, Seminole Gaming’s Chief Operating Officer. “With a Casino Credit Account, you no longer have to carry cash with you to play slots and there’s no need to visit ATMs or banks. You can even check the balances of your Casino Credit Account right at the slot machine.”
“We’re ecstatic that Seminole Gaming is the first casino in the U.S. to utilize our Power Bank solution at all of its casinos,” said Gavin Isaacs, President and Chief Executive Officer of Scientific Games. “We think it will really enhance the guest experience. It’s very easy to use – guests simply insert their Seminole Wild Card into a slot machine, press the download button, enter their PIN, withdraw funds from their Casino Credit account, and play. It is great to partner with such an innovative and customer-focused operator.”
Created by Seminole Gaming, Self-Pay Jackpot allows guests to transfer a slot jackpot (ranging from $1,200 to $50,000) directly to his or her machine with no interruptions.
Like Power Bank, it’s free to participate in Self-Pay Jackpot. Guests must be 21 or older, have a Seminole Wild Card and be a U.S. citizen or resident.
“There are three easy ways for guests to participate if they’re interested in Power Bank and/or Self-Pay Jackpot,” Mullin added. “They can either see a slot customer service representative on the casino floor, go to the casino cashier, or visit the casino credit office.”
About Seminole Gaming
Seminole Gaming operates seven Florida casinos for the Seminole Tribe of Florida, including the Seminole Hard Rock Hotels & Casinos in Tampa and Hollywood, Fla. Seminole Gaming has long been recognized for its industry innovations and success. It was the first Indian Tribe in North America to open a high-stakes bingo hall and casino, which debuted in 1979 and became the forerunner of the Indian Gaming movement.