Cantor Gaming Launches Wifi Sports Gambling in Nevada

Cantor Gaming announced new software for PCs, laptops, and tablets that bettors can use to wager on sports in Nevada using a standard internet connection.  This new software is in addition to Cantor Gaming’s mobile sports betting, which was the first of its kind in Nevada.  After download the new software from Cantorgaming.com, sports bettors can make wagers over any internet connection in Nevada. The software will verify that a user is within the borders of the state, which is a requirement of state and federal law.

Players must open an account in person at one of Cantor Gaming’s sports books in Las Vegas before making a mobile or online sports bet.  Cantor Gaming sports books are located at Palms, Venetian, Tropicana, Hard Rock Casino, M Resort, and The Cosmopolitan.  Players must present a valid ID, be 21 years of age or older, deposit $100 or more, and have a player’s card at the casino where the player is opening a sports betting account.

Cantor Gaming is well established in wireless and mobile gaming.  The company has already applied for an online poker license in Nevada as a service provider.  Cantor Gaming also provides mobile gaming within several Las Vegas casinos where players can play video versions of casino games anywhere within the casino’s property.  In June, Cantor Gaming announced a partnership with the Colusa Casino Resort in California to provide similar wireless gaming services.

Cantor Gaming is not the only Nevada gaming company that is launching a new sports betting platform.  Station Casinos is expected to release a new mobile sports betting app for Android phones on Monday.  Station Casinos already offers a Windows based online betting site.  The company is expected to release an upgraded version of this software Monday morning.

3 thoughts on “Cantor Gaming Launches Wifi Sports Gambling in Nevada

  1. RE YOUR INTERNET ACCOUNTS…
    $100 INITIAL DEPOSIT?
    $ 5 MINIMUM BET?
    I can make bets as soon as my account is validated?

    Is this all correct?

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