Elys Game Technology Corp, a provider of interactive gaming and sports betting technology, will demonstrate its new Elys Gameboard US retail sports betting platform at the National Indian Gaming Association (NIGA) trade convention this week.
The trade expo is now taking place in Caesars Palace in Las Vegas, Nevada, and will be open to the public until July 22.
One of the newest certified betting technologies available for gaming enterprises in the United States is the Elys Gameboard solution. It will be launched to the US market as an innovative, cost-effective betting technology solution, built on microservices with a distributed model architecture.
During the NIGA trade expo, the platform will be viewable and operational on United Tote’s Duo Kiosk self-service betting terminals.
United Tote Company is a wholly owned subsidiary of Churchill Downs Incorporated and a leading provider of sports wagering kiosk terminals, services and equipment, as well as pari-mutuel settlement services. It is headquartered in Louisville, Kentucky.
More than 150 racing firms and multiple OTB facilities in North America and across the world rely on the company to design, build, and run pari-mutuel wagering systems.
Executive Chairman, Michele Ciavarella said: “We are thrilled to debut our US technology solution and share this experience along with United Tote’s professional team at the NIGA trade show in Las Vegas.
“With the recent addition of the highly experienced bookmaking team at US Bookmaking, combined with our ability to manage risk and provide professional US trading services, as well as our partnership with United Tote, we believe that Elys offers the most advanced, innovative and commercially effective sports betting solution to both large and small casino resorts as well as small business venues across all 50 states.”