A smartphone app called “Sevenluck+” has been released by Grand Korea Leisure Co Ltd (GKL), a publicly-owned operator of casinos in South Korea open solely to foreigners.
This software gives users access to gaming services by using blockchain-based permission. The “table cashless” capabilities of Sevenluck+, which enable table and slot gaming without the need for actual money, are among its most important features. This digital customer service strategy, according to the corporation, is quite safe against fraudulent activity.
As long as they have already registered their original document with the system, gamers may use Sevenluck+ to enter any of GKL’s gaming locations without having to show their passport every time. For each customer’s mobile device, the system creates a unique barcode that can be scanned at the casino door.
In order to pay for gaming services, the Sevenluck+ app may also be connected to a desired bank account. Using the app, casino chips may be bought by scanning a barcode at the table. Similar steps may be used to obtain credit for slot machines without using cash.
Unused credit does not pay out under the present configuration and stays on the Sevenluck+ system to be utilized on future trips. The app keeps track of the freebies and bonuses that are accessible to the player, so going to a customer care location is not necessary to get this information.
With two casinos in Seoul (Gangnam COEX and Gangbuk Dragon City) and one in the port city of Busan, GKL runs three casinos under the Seven Luck brand. The Sevenluck+ app from GKL, a division of the Korea Tourism Organization and a member of the Ministry of Culture, Sports, and Tourism of South Korea, is still in its infancy and may eventually add more features and functionalities.
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Original story by: GGRAsia
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