Atlantis Casino’s new digital kiosks allow gamblers to donate winnings
RENO, Nev. — Atlantis Casino Resort Spa in Reno has introduced its “Giving Module” so slot machine players can donate to one of four northern Nevada charities.
The technology is offered by slot manufacturing company, Everi.
After guests cash out of their slot machine, they can take their voucher to one of 10 Atlantis ticket kiosks that feature the Giving Modules, located on the casino floor.
Gamblers then insert the voucher and a screen allows them to choose which charity they would like to donate to, rather than keeping their winnings.
The four nonprofits players can give to are: Big Brothers, Big Sisters, Food Bank of Northern Nevada, Honor Flight Nevada, and the American Cancer Society.
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