Cantor Gaming signs deal with Atlantis resort in the Bahamas

29 April 2013

LAS VEGAS -- Cantor Gaming signed a deal Thursday with the Atlantis at Paradise Island Resort and Casino in the Bahamas to provide the resort with mobile casino gaming and mobile sports wagering, as well as a new sports book. This is the first mobile wagering deal involving the Atlantis, according to the Las Vegas-based gaming company.

Terms of the deal were not disclosed. On Monday, the Atlantis will begin offering mobile gaming throughout the resort, including in the casino and pools.

Cantor Gaming will also build a sports book at Atlantic, which is expected to open later this year.

“We look forward to the launch of a new race and sports book for Atlantis,” said Lee Amaitis, president and CEO of Cantor Gaming.

Amaitis said the deal marks “an exciting new geographic footprint for our business.”

Cantor Gaming, an affiliate of Cantor Fitzgerald, operates seven sports books in Las Vegas, as well as a poker room at the Palms and mobile wager apps.

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