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Cantor, Bally Technologies Ink Web Gambling Deal

Cantor Content Will Soon Be Available On Bally's Platform

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Cantor Sportsbook at the VenetianBally Technologies and Cantor Gaming have reached a deal for online gambling.

The two firms announced Wednesday that Cantor Gaming will integrate its online sports wagering and mobile casino gaming content into Bally’s online gaming platform. The two firms are both licensed by the state of Nevada.

“We are delighted to sign this agreement with Bally Technologies and offer our innovative selection of online race and sports wagering and casino-gaming content to a broad audience of gaming enthusiasts through Bally’s iGaming Platform,” Lee Amaitis, President and Chief Executive Officer of Cantor Gaming, said in a statement.

“We look forward to a fruitful relationship with Bally, which has a superb industry reputation and a large, global customer base which we believe will benefit greatly from our world-class technology, making this agreement a tremendous fit for both parties.”

Bally Technologies’ Vice President of Business Development John Connelly added:

“Cantor Gaming’s online sports wagering and casino gaming content complements our existing iGaming Platform perfectly. Adding Cantor Gaming’s top-notch sports betting technology will be a great new offering for our customers, especially with football season underway. In addition, Cantor Gaming has a fantastic selection of popular mobile casino games which are fun, easy-to-use, and offer exciting wagering offerings.”

Nevada has embarked into the online gaming realm with poker, but other games are expected to eventually follow. Such gambling is only available to those within state lines.

In addition to Nevada, New Jersey and Delaware both have legalized web gambling. Other states like California, which Cantor has already been eyeing, are expected to eventually join the industry.

In big industry development in July, Bally bought Shuffle Master.

For more news from Nevada, check out its state page.