Station Casinos, a Las Vegas-based American hotel and casino company, has introduced “STN Charms,” an NFT-based reward program designed to prize guests in new ways when they play.
Players will be rewarded with Charms, digital collectibles that can be collected in multiple ways, including gameplay, loyalty, and buying and selling Charms on the STN Charm marketplace (scheduled to be released at the end of this month).
Each Charm is distinguished by three characteristics: category (lucky penny, shamrock, horseshoe, panda, and so on); rarity (common, uncommon, rare, epic, and legendary); and Charm Luck Level (each Charm has its own level that increases depending on visitors’ slot machine play while that Charm is active).
All Charms held by each player will be stored in the Charm Box, a custodial wallet developed in collaboration with Mintable and accessible via the STN Charms website.
All Boarding Pass members are already automatically enrolled in STN Charms, and to collect more Charms — besides purchasing them on the soon-to-be-launched marketplace — they will be able to use their Boarding Pass points to acquire them during daily or monthly drops.
“We are thrilled to be launching this innovative program to create a more engaging way for our guests to earn unique rewards and customize their play,” said Tom Mikulich, Senior Vice President of Innovation at Station Casinos. “We believe STN Charms will reshape the casino gaming landscape and modernize loyalty programs.”
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