The company is now licensed in Mississippi and holds a transactional waiver in New Jersey. The complete on-property solution includes the first full self-service betting kiosks in New Jersey and Mississippi, coupled with, said SBTech, the industry’s deepest and widest event and market coverage and unique product features such as “Parlay Boost,” which increases the payouts on parlay bets. Along with the kiosks, SBTech is also providing a full cashier system, its Chameleon360 platform and TV screen management systems with more sports and markets available to view for both pre-match and live betting. Resorts Casino CEO Mark Giannantonio commented: “Resorts is very excited about the start of the football season as we have created an amazing destination experience for our customers to come to Atlantic City and enjoy a full slate of NCAA and NFL football markets to bet on. Our goal is to establish Resorts as the home for New Jersey players who want to enjoy the best gaming experience with access to the latest sports betting technology, including our state-of-the-art self-service betting kiosks.” As with all SBTech operators, these three newly launched partners will be able to offer unique and differentiated pricing for all US sports events, in addition to tailored trading strategies, non-pooled risk management and advanced automation. The firm’s sportsbook is now live in New Jersey with Golden Nugget as well as Resorts Casino. In Mississippi it is live with Churchill Downs brand BetAmerica at Harlow’s Casino Resort & Spa in Greenville, Mississippi, and at Riverwalk Casino Hotel in Vicksburg, Mississippi. Golden Nugget in Biloxi, Mississippi has also begun offering sports betting to its customers. Thomas Winter, Golden Nugget senior VP and general manager of online gaming said: “We are thrilled to be up and running at our Atlantic City and Biloxi properties. SBTech technology is undoubtedly the most advanced and innovative that bettors will find in New Jersey and Mississippi.
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