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LAS VEGAS (FOX5) -- A casino in downtown Las Vegas has debuted a new automated cashless gaming system, ACS Play On, for all table games.

Dubbed PlayOn, the new system will allow players to purchase casino chips using a debit card, eliminating the use of an ATM machine or the cashier's window between hands, according to a news release.

Guests can use the system to withdraw $50 - $3,000 during all casino play like blackjack and roulette. 

The Reno-based company first debuted the PlayOn technology in 2019 and the D will be the first downtown Las Vegas casino to implement the system. It will also be offered at the Golden Gate Hotel & Casino.

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ATM stands for "automatic teller machine". So calling it an "ATM machine" sounds uneducated and redundant. It's not an automatic teller machine machine. You write for a living, I presume. Pay attention.

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