Card will help fight virus says Sacoa

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May 20, 2020

Using a playcard will help reduce the spread of the COVID-19 infection, says Sebastian Mochkovsky, CEO at Sacoa, the cashless systems specialists.

In response to the new hygienic protocols now facing amusement venue operations, Sacoa is sharing the available resources to help operators get back on their feet.

“You have to maximise all online actions to minimise risks of contagion,” says Mochkovsky.

As a pioneer in the industry, Sacoa offers tools that allow for the minimalisation of physical contact, including but not limited to purchases of credits, time recharges, passes to attractions and birthday party reservation. These measures help lower the need for a physical queue and therefore helps stop the spread of the virus.

“Everything that a player needs is in a plastic card, easy disinfection and minimal physical contact.”

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