Cantor Gaming has signed a new agreement with The One Group to support customers of its Las Vegas-situated Bagatelle Beach and Supper Club to with mobile casino games.
According to the deal, Cantor Gaming is also to supply One Group customers with US mobile sportsbooks solutions.
One Group guests can register for Cantor Gaming accounts at the club and use Cantor applications services on their smartphones and tablets mobile by downloading its sports wagering app.
Lee Amaitis, Cantor chief executive officer and president revealed: “We are delighted to now offer our popular wagers on sports and mobile gaming solutions through The One Group.”
A few days ago, Cantor Gaming vice president and MResort sports book director Michael Colbert was arrested by the Queens, NYC District Attorney’s office. Charges against him included enterprise corruption, conspiracy to operate an illegal gaming against the American gambling laws and three counts of money laundering. Colbert is no longer employed by or associated with Cantor Gaming.
Amaitis commented: “Needless to say, we are shocked and extremely disappointed that one of our employees was arrested and charged with criminal activities, but in no way does this hinder our business or our ability to provide the kind of service we give daily to our valued customers.”
Cantor Gaming’s Wi-Fi Sports Wagering Solution was voted by the Global Gaming Business magazine to be among the Best Consumer Service Technology innovations in gaming.
Cantor Gaming’s Nevada sports betting solution allows users with desktop computers, laptops, tablets and smart phones to wager on any Wi-Fi network within Nevada, without requiring 3G or 4G location capability.
The solution comes with an embedded sophisticated data-encrypted technology providing the highest levels of security.