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Bally Partners With Uruguay Casino For Online Gambling

Nevada Firm With Provide Game Content To Latin America Casino

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Nevada gaming firms with online gambling products have found buyers globally.

Business-to-business casino technology provider Bally Technologies announced last week that it has reached a deal to provide an Internet gambling platform solution to to Conrad Punta del Este Resort and Casino in Uruguay, owned by the Chilean group Enjoy.

Bally is also a licensed online poker site in the Silver State.

“We are excited to announce an iGaming platform partnership with Bally Technologies which will provide more outstanding benefits and entertainment options for our loyal patrons,” Conrad Punta del Este Resort & Casino said in a statement. “Even more exciting is the fact that this online gaming platform will be offered internationally from our property in Uruguay, strengthening the link between the casino and our overseas customers.”

Enjoy will be able to offer its players online free-play poker, slot and table games. The online games will first be available at the OVO Nightclub & Dayclub, which will open in December.

“The online games will allow us to have a fluid communication with our customers when they return to their home countries, which will increase customer loyalty,” Garcia said. “Also, people who have not visited our facilities may use the platform to redeem bonuses for services that will draw them to Uruguay to live the Conrad experience.”

The online gaming will help the casino remain one of the top of its kind in Latin America.

“Our iGaming platform provides a number of advantages for Conrad Punta del Este,” Bally said in a statement. “They will have the ability to utilize the technology to drive additional revenue to the property by enabling guests from around the world to stay in contact with the casino while playing for fun and earning exciting rewards. Bally will be providing a wireless and Internet infrastructure to enable a seamless gaming experience across multiple distribution channels."

Bally also recently received approval to acquire Shuffle Master, now known as SHFL.