As sportsbooks are opening up in New Jersey, people are starting to flood the betting windows. Especially now that the NFL season has finally kicked off! But don’t let that deter you, SBTech has the solution! Sports betting kiosks, how convenient! We thought so too, and that’s why we want to share with you this exciting news!
SBTech is bringing innovation to Jersey
It was a big year for the award-winning sports betting solutions provider, SBTech. In July they became the sports betting supplier to the Golden Nugget Casino in Atlantic City. Which, is the No. 1 online casino operator by market share. Also in July, the tech provider landed a deal with Atlantic City’s, Resorts Casino & Hotel. That deal allowed them to provide a sportsbook solution for on-property and online in NJ. And now they offer the states first self-service betting kiosks! So thanks to SBTech’s arrival in New Jersey, you can now kiss those long lines goodbye!
Golden Nugget senior VP, Thomas Winter said, “We’re thrilled to be up and running at our Atlantic City location. SBTech’s technology is hands down the most advanced and innovative you’ll find in the state.” Furthermore, he said, “SBTech allows us to provide players with the option of a state of the art experience. Innovative kiosks now allow bettors to choose between thousands of in-running betting opportunities. Even after the games have started, you can still place your bets.”
It’s exciting times in New Jersey. Deals come together quicker than you can blink your eyes! In fact, every day there’s a new deal made, a new partnership formed, or new plans developing. And sometimes those deals, partnerships, and plans cross paths!
For example, Resorts Casino is a partner with DraftKings. And they’re a partner with Kambi and with SBTech.
Furthermore, SBTech is a partner with GAN. Also, SBTech is a partner with the Resorts’ competitor, the Golden Nugget. Which, has a partnership with Paddy Power Betfair. And they own FanDuel which, is competing with DraftKings! Yes, we know it’s mind-boggling, but it’s all in good faith, and it’s all good for New Jersey! Keep it coming!