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Oneida Indian Nation and SG Partnering to Debut Sports Betting in New York

Oneida Indian Nation and SG Partnering to Debut Sports Betting in New York
Scientific Games is set to enter the sports betting market in New York

The Oneida Indian Nation and Scientific Games Corporation have recently partnered in order to launch the very first sports betting service in the state of New York. As it was reported in January of this year, Scientific Games Corporation was chosen to power the Oneida Indian Nation-owned sports betting service.

It was also reported that the tribal casinos operating in New York will be offering a sports betting service powered by Scientific Games and their extremely popular OpenSports suite. When it comes to the other partner, Oneida Indian Nation both owns and operated the Point Place Casino and the Turning Stone Resort. Both of these Oneida-owned gaming facilities will soon offer a great range of retail sports betting activities and services with a massive number of over the counter betting options and of course, exciting in-venue screen options.

Offering End-To-End Sporsbetting Activities

In the following weeks, both of these facilities will also incorporate multiple self-service wagering terminals. When it to the sportsbook which is about to open its doors, it will be operational as one of the Caesars’ brands. The technology which will be used will brings more immersive experiences of sports betting with the latest graphical solutions. What is even more, is that Oneida Indian Nation will be constructing a brand-new gaming facility in order to provide its sports betting fans a new, dedicated space.

The Oneida Indian Nation is one of the United States federally recognized tribes which is headquartered in the state of New York. There are also three other Oneida tribes which currently reside in different locations including Wisconsin, and Ontario in Canada. Nowadays, the Oneida Indian Nation operates several gambling facilities with the first one, the Turning Stone Casino and Resort being founded in 1993.

In June of 2015, the Oneida Indian Nation opened its Yellow Brick Toad Casino and three years later, it opened the Point Place Casino located in Bridgeport, New York. The most profitable casino is definitely the Turning Stone Resort and Casino that has been continuously expanding since its opening day. Currently, this massive 100,000 square feet property has an impressive bingo hall, a dedicated area for casino games alongside several restaurants and hotels.

Its Yellow Brick Road Casino is another extremely popular entertainment facility with a land-based casino based on the popular movie and book, The Wizard of Oz. Its gambling area includes more than four hundred slot machines, loads of table games and much more. The Point Place Casino also features a rich gaming selection with more than five hundred slot games and twenty classic table games.

Among the Very First to Offer Sports Betting in the State of New York

Thanks to its latest partnership deal with Scientific Games Corporation, the Oneida Indian Nation will be among the very first operators in the state of New York to provide sports betting activities. Commenting on this news, CEO of the SG Digital Group Jordan Levin said that this business deal is another great example of the company’s expansion efforts especially when it comes to its OpenSports suite of products.

In fact, New York is the fourth state in that the company has launched its popular sports betting service which once again shows their commitment to entertain and help its customers grow and enjoy this ever-growing market. The company’s OpenSource sports betting service has been updated and modified over the last year so it caters to the all needs and preferences of every customer. Once the service is active and running, the Oneida Indian Nation will work with Scientific Games Corporation on launching its mobile sports betting service as well.

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