Pavilion Payments is now a Las Vegas Ambassador

Pavilion Payments has announced becoming a Las Vegas Host Committee Ambassador in the Las Vegas Host Committee Ambassador Program- LVHCAP. The goal of the program is to support the community ahead of Super Bowl VIII. This is especially for Las Vegas.

Pavilion Payments has said that its goal is to make sure that patrons have all the tools required to place bets responsibly for an elevated experience. Calling this the most exciting matchup of the year, Pavilion Payments has said that the offering will be limited to Las Vegas.

Exciting matchup indeed, evident from the figures stated by the American Gaming Association. Research pursued by the American Gaming Association revealed that approximately 50.4 million Americans were expected to place bets during Super Bowl VII in Phoenix. This represented a significant share of 20% of the adults in the country. The value, as per the research, came to $16 billion, an increase of 61%.

Pavilion Payments enters into the picture with the mission of providing a safe experience at the time of gambling. Moreover, it is tasked with making sure that all the necessary resources for responsible gambling are in place.

The venture is currently looking forward to leveraging the expertise of the industry along with payment solutions. These are expected to enhance the experience of residents and visitors. Pavilion Payments has aligned its mission with that of LVHCAP to further solidify its position as a partner when it comes to processing transactions, introducing innovations, and offering unparalleled client satisfaction.

Christopher Justice, the Chief Executive Officer of Pavilion Payments, has called it their honor to contribute to the success of the event, adding that it actually brings the country together. Christopher further highlighted that the mission is to offer all the possible tools to patrons for responsible gambling and elevated experience.

Pavilion Payments provides integrated omnichannel and software solutions for cash out, play, and flexible funding.

The development follows Pavilion Payments introducing Comprehensive iGaming Software Development Kit with an aim to offer a solution to operators that can only be defined as seamless and efficient. It enables them to integrate the VIP Preferred Program by Pavilion Payments.

Christopher had defined this as a commitment to providing user-centric and innovative solutions for the iGaming industry. Their goal added Justice, was to empower operators by offering a simplified implementation of the VIP program payment option. While the seamless integration came in handy for the operators, users were able to leverage the benefits for a smoother experience in the gaming sphere.

Joseph Watkins is an avid gambler and also contributes the in-depth & most recent Las Vegas casino news stories. He joins as a news-editor recently with almost two years of experience in sports news writing.

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