What is 'Rated'?
In the casino, players have the option to be 'rated' while they play. Agreeing is highly recommended, because it enters the player into the comps
system and ensures they can be rewarded correctly for their level of play. Rated players are assigned levels on a tier system, which determines how much they should be rewarded. Casino
s also benefit from rating players, as it gives them useful data about the casino visitors' general play and spending.
Players who wish to be 'rated' by the casino should request a player's card or a loyalty card from the casino when they begin playing. That card will then track all plays made, including the wins and losses of the player and the time they have spent at the table. It might also track play over a number of sessions, giving the casino a good look at how that player has been spending. Some players choose not to be rated, because they prefer to gamble
privately and off the record.Being rated means that the player can qualify for comps, or free gifts, from the casino. Many casinos will reward the players who spend the most and the most often, with prizes and bonuses. These are awarded based directly on play and engagement, so it can help to have a digital record of who is playing and how much they are spending. Using rated systems means players can be assigned to the right tier of comps and be given a level of reward that matches their spending and their loyalty.Rated players might be given access to enhanced odds
at the table, or allowed to establish credit lines during play. These rated players could also be given benefits at the casino's premises, such as free meals in the restaurant or a free suite during their visit.