New Internet Lottery Terminals are offering gamers the option of paying contactlessly, according to squidcard.com.
Sixteen separate games are currently available on a Web-based server that accepts a multitude of cashless payment forms.
The server will also enable players to track how much money they have spent or won on a particular machine.
Contactless payment first entered casinos earlier this year in Las Vegas, in order to help management track their accounts in real-time and monitor the use of counterfeit chips.
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