GCA Completed Its Acquisition Of Certain Assets Of MCA Processing LLC
Global Cash Access Holdings, Inc. (NYSE:
announced today that on November 15, 2011 the Company completed its
previously announced acquisition of substantially all of the assets of
MCA Processing LLC.
Global Cash Access Holdings, Inc. (NYSE: GCA) announced today that on November 15, 2011 the Company completed its previously announced acquisition of substantially all of the assets of MCA Processing LLC. About Global Cash Access Holdings, Inc. Las Vegas-based Global Cash Access, Inc. (“GCA”), a wholly owned subsidiary of Global Cash Access Holdings, Inc., is a leading provider of cash access products and related services to over 1,100 casinos and other gaming properties in the United States, Europe, Canada, the Caribbean, Central America and Asia. GCA's products and services provide gaming patrons access to cash through a variety of methods, including ATM cash withdrawals, point-of-sale debit card transactions, credit card cash advances, check verification and warranty services, and Western Union money transfers. Through Western Money Systems, a wholly owned subsidiary, GCA is a leading manufacturer and distributor of cash handling devices and related software. GCA also provides products and services that improve credit decision-making, automate cashier operations and enhance patron marketing activities for gaming establishments. With its proprietary database of gaming patron credit history and transaction data on millions of gaming patrons worldwide, GCA is recognized for successfully developing and deploying technological innovations that increase client profitability, operational efficiency and customer loyalty. More information is available at GCA's Web site at www.gcainc.com.
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