Cantor Gaming To Provide Sports Betting At Outpost Saloon

CANTOR GAMING TO PROVIDE SPORTS BETTING AT OUTPOST SALOON

06th November, 2012 at 16:07:32
Source: http://www.azonlinecasinos.com

Latest in a series of similar deals

Cantor Gaming has clinched another deal that will see Vertigo Enterprises LLC's Las Vegas-situated Outpost Saloon offer its customers a Cantor Gaming Sports Wagering Account.

Outpost Saloon patrons will be able to open a Cantor Gaming sports wagering account as well as fund their account, withdraw funds and wager through their accounts on their Cantor Mobile Sports app anywhere within the state of Nevada utilising their iOS or Android mobile device or on their personal computing devices with the recently launched Cantor Gaming Wi-Fi enabled sports wagering solution.

Lee M. Amaitis, President and CEO of Cantor Gaming, said: "Our innovative technology solutions, including our mobile applications, are paving a new era for sports wagering. We are delighted to partner with Outpost Saloon and offer their patrons an exciting, entertaining and convenient way to enjoy sports wagering.

"This agreement follows other recent similar expansion announcements by Cantor Gaming and demonstrates the popularity of on-the-go sports wagering with our easy to use mobile applications and Wi-Fi enabled solutions. We look forward to continuing to deliver innovation in sports wagering throughout Nevada."

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