Nevada Makes it Easier For Gambling With Sports Betting Kiosks
Nevada is always the leader in gambling in the United States. No matter what the rest of the country does to catch up, Nevada has already done. The state always stays one step ahead.
That explains the latest idea to hit the Las Vegas strip. Concerned that walking into a casino and placing a bet on sports was not easy enough already, the state is about ready for the sports betting kiosk.
Nevada's largest sports book operator, Leroy's Sports Books. The company is expanding on the idea of sports betting at kiosks that they started last year in their casinos.
Now, they are expanding the kiosk's to bars and smaller casinos in Las Vegas and Reno. The kiosks will be available in casinos that do not currently have sports books.
The kiosks will be set up in time for the Super Bowl, meaning that people will not have to wander into a casino to place a bet, just find a local bar.
The set up will be the same as it is with Leroy's telephone betting accounts. Bettors will set up accounts at Leroy's locations, then, once setup, they can place a wager at any of the company's kiosks.
The idea seems to be spreading, and the company plans to use more kiosks once the glitches are worked out of the one they already placed in the Sunset Grille in Henderson, Nevada.
January 7, 2008
Posted By Terry Goodwin
Staff Editor, CasinoGamblingWeb.com
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