Resort Wallet and IGTPay have been deployed at the property in Wyandotte, a town in the Sooner State’s north-eastern Ottawa County.
Indigo Sky guests can now download the resort’s app, Indigo Sky & Outpost Casinos, on iOS or Android and create a PIN-protected SkyWallet account.
This will enable users to access integrated cashless play by transferring money to and from slot games.
Various funding sources are accepted, including debit and credit cards, as well as automated clearing house accounts.
“Partnering with IGT to introduce cashless gaming via Resort Wallet and IGTPay has been one of the most transformative casino floor technology deployments that Indigo Sky Casino has completed in several years,” said Melanie Heskett, General Manager at Indigo Sky Casino.
“Not only do we see the technology help drive slot play, but cashless gaming is also readily driving downloads of our app, delighting tech-savvy guests, streamlining aspects of operations and delivering choice and convenience to our valued customers.”
But regarding its latest partnership, IGT’s SVP of Global Systems, Payments, VLT and Video Poker, Ryan Reddy, said: “It’s outstanding to see Indigo Sky Casino and its players reaping the many benefits of cashless gaming via IGT’s Resort Wallet and IGTPay.
“As consumer demand for digital conveniences gains momentum across nearly every sector, IGT is at the forefront of helping casino operators such as Indigo Sky Casino join the cashless gaming transformation and modernise the guest experience.”