LAS VEGAS -- Affinity Gaming is alerting customers of an "unauthorized intrusion" into its system that processes credit and debit cards for its casinos.
The company has casinos in several states, including Nevada. They include Silver Sevens Hotel & Casino in Las Vegas, Rail City Casino in Sparks, Primm Valley Resort & Casino in Primm, Buffalo Bill's Resort & Casino in Primm, and Whiskey Pete's Hotel & Casino in Primm.
According to a news release from Affinity, the breach happened at the Primm Center Gas Station in Primm. It began on unknown date and ended Nov. 29, 2013.
The company was contacted by law enforcement there had been a data breach in its system which was infected with malware.
Affinity officials say their system is now fully secure. They encourage patrons to look for unusual activity on their account statements and to notify credit card companies.