WDTS achieved significant milestones in 2021 despite the continued uncertainties in gaming. An important achievement was the first North American implementation for WDTS’s Perfect Pay Baccarat platform at Resorts World Las Vegas. The full-floor implementation includes WDTS-supplied components for RFID gaming chips, chip trays, table game bet tracking, and dealer and casino cage efficiencies. Neil Crossan, Chief Commercial Officer at Walker Digital, called the Resorts World opening a “high point,” adding, “We expect to continue expansion in North America while adding regionally important features such as cashless support and advanced AML capabilities.”
Additional momentum was generated by Beach Point Capital’s $35M investment in WDTS, reinforcing the importance of automated table games systems as a critical capability for table games operators. CEO Stephen Moore observed “Ten years ago, WDTS was one of only a handful of suppliers talking about table automation. Today, these products are an established and necessary part of the casino floor.”
2022 will be an exciting year starting in January with the release of Perfect Pay 2.0 This version features a lightweight, scalable architecture suitable for casinos of any size. The 2.0 Perfect Pay platform also introduces a new RFID bet tracking design that takes our feature rich system to all other blackjack and poker-style games. With this innovation, the operator has the flexibility to configure all games and side bets with no changes to the table game equipment.
Perfect Pay’s full-floor coverage will be complimented by the release of Perfect Cage 1.0, also coming in 2022, and extending the operational efficiencies and security of Perfect Pay into cage operations. Emily Io, SVP Sales at Walker Digital, is ready to move forward, “The New Year is a great opportunity to introduce these new product lines to our existing and prospective customers – see you at ICE in February!”