Cantor’s approach to sports wagering is to replicate the Wall Street model, in which patrons can place numerous bets on different outcomes throughout a game. In the same way that prices in the financial markets are constantly updated, Cantor’s lines and spreads change continuously as the action evolves. Wagering takes place on fixed trading stations within the sports book, or on Cantor’s proprietary mobile gaming devices.
Cantor will also offer its eDeck mobile gaming devices at Tropicana Las Vegas, to be launched in the upcoming weeks. eDeck will allow patrons to wager on their favorite team outside of the sports book, in pre-designated areas of the resort and will offer numerous casino-style games, developed exclusively by Cantor Gaming.
Lee Amaitis, President and CEO of Cantor Gaming, said: “We have an unparalleled database of statistics on team and player performances, and a technology platform that is accustomed to processing over US$140 trillion in financial transactions every year. Our deep knowledge of algorithms and statistics enables us to manage risk across our books in such a way that we can and will take any sized bet. We’ve made sports wagering completely interactive: it’s no longer a passive, wait-and-see game.”
“We believe this partnership will not only bring a superior contribution to the Las Vegas Strip, but will also add another ‘Best in Class’ venue at Tropicana Las Vegas as we redefine the ultimate resort experience,” said Tom McCartney, President and COO of Tropicana Las Vegas.