Interactive gaming and sports betting company Elys Game Technology (Elys) has announced that it will showcase its new retail sports betting platform, Elys Gameboard US, at the National Indian Gaming Association (NIGA) Trade Show.
The Gameboard solution is built on microservices, a platform style which allows a collection of services to deliver information efficiently.
The platform will be on display and in operation at the United Tote’s self-service betting terminal at the NIGA trade show.
A subsidiary of Churchill Downs, United Tote offers wagering terminal and pari-mutuel settlement services to racetracks, including Churchill Downs own tracks and Oaklawn Park.
“We are thrilled to debut our U.S. technology solution and share this experience along with United Tote’s professional team at the NIGA trade show in Las Vegas,” said Michele Ciavarella, executive chairman of Elys.
Last week, Elys agreed to acquire BookMakers Company, a sports betting service provider based in Nevada, which owns the US Bookmaking brand.
“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.”