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SPORTECH RACING INKS MONMOUTH PARK DEAL
24th April, 2013 at 10:33:26
Expands on 13 year relationship
Sportech PLC division Sportech Racing has inked a deal with Darby Development LLC, the manager and operator of Monmouth Park Racetrack.
Monmouth Park has been a Sportech Racing customer for 13 years under a contract with the New Jersey Sports and Exposition Authority.
Under the terms of the deal Sportech Racing will provide pari-mutuel wagering technology and services to Monmouth Park and Favorites at Woodbridge off-track wagering facility, both in New Jersey.
An expansion to its current relationship will see Sportech install the Sportech On-Track Mobile Wagering service to allow patrons to bet using their own smart phone or tablet when at the track.
Robert Kulina, President & chief executive officer of Monmouth Park, said: "We have had a strong working relationship with Sportech Racing for many years and have been very satisfied with the level of service and commitment they have shown for racing in New Jersey. We look forward to offering our guests some new features and benefits this summer, including the new On-Track Mobile Wagering service."
Andrew Gaughan, managing director of Sportech Racing, added: "Sportech Racing is committed to the health of the racing industry in New Jersey and is delighted to have reached this agreement with our valued customer, Darby Development. Sportech is committed to serving our customers and we are backing that commitment with investments in innovations that will benefit all Sportech Racing customers. We look forward to embarking on this path of innovation with Monmouth Park and Favorites at Woodbridge."
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