New from Cantor
Earlier this year, Cantor Gaming, developer of online casino and sportsbetting
concepts, and Las Vegas’ The Venetian signed a new sportsbook agreement.
Recently, the result of the agreement bore fruit when the new sportsbook
launched The Strip, a deluxe hotel which has large gambling venue. According to
John Caparella, the CEO and president of The Venetian, the launching of racing
and sportsbook in their resort hotel, after their three year partnership with
Cantor Gaming, has changed how sports wagering is perceived by the gambling
public, whether in land or at online casinos.
Since The Palazzo now houses the Lagasse’s Stadium and high-tech racing and
sportsbooking are happening in The Venetian, the company is up to challenge the
standards and has encouraged growth by increasing the prize pools. Not only are
they waiting for things to happen, they are now actually working toward making
the ambience for the true online casino gamers and the sports enthusiasts more
animated and interactive. The new sports and race booking facilities, similar to
ideas of online casinos, will open right after the renovation project that cost
multi-million dollars will be completed. This project covers an area of 10,000
square feet. The venue will boast top-of-the-line environment for sports
trading. With high definition video screens for sports games and races that
spell superior quality of visual entertainment, and a surround sound system, the
venue is indeed state-of-the-art.
According to the president and CEO of Cantor Gaming, Lee Amaitis, they are so
proud of offering this ultramodern environment for sports wagering that will
revolutionize the experience for patrons who may already love online casinos,
but enjoy the sophistication of the club. According to the spokesperson at
Cantor, the idea is similar to Wall Street trading floors, where patrons
experience how the games evolve.