Live sports-betting machine makes second test run

Stutz, Howard
August 2008
Las Vegas Business Press (10712186);8/18/2008, Vol. 25 Issue 33, pP4
This section offers news briefs related to casinos in the U.S. Sports product specialist Progressive Gaming International in Las Vegas, Nevada placed its Rapid Bet Live, a sports betting device, at the Club Cal-Neva in Reno, Nevada. Las Vegas Major Oscar Goodman believes that the halting construction of Echelon will allow Boyd Gaming to focus on its downtown casinos. The $250million Eastside Cannery hotel-casino will be opened by the Cannery Casino Resorts on August 28, 2008.


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