Just in time for the NFL season
Cantor Gaming, an affiliate of the global financial services firm Cantor Fitzgerald, has launched an “In-Running” sports betting product at The Venetian, Palazzo and the M Resort Spa Casino in Las Vegas for the 2009 NFL season, beginning with Tennessee at Pittsburgh on September 10.
In-Running betting allows wagering on live sporting events throughout the event. In addition to NFL games, In-Running will be available for select NCAA football games this season.
“In-Running is particularly well suited for football because of the popularity of the game and the huge number of football fans interested in sports betting. With In-Running, customers can place bets during the game, so fans can have a stake in the action all the way through the event,” said Lee Amaitis, President and CEO of Cantor Gaming.
Amaitis said the bets that will be offered through In-Running are:
Full Game Money Line
Full Game Point Line
Full Game Total, Over/Under
First Half Money Line
First Half Point Line
First Half Total Over/Under
Through Cantor Gaming’s In-Running, wagers also will be accepted on whether:
The current drive will yield a first down.
The current drive will result in a punt, field goal, touchdown, or an interception/fumble.
Twenty or more yards will be gained on the next play.
Any field goal attempt will be made or missed.
Amaitis added, “In-Running is hugely successful at the M’s Race & Sports Book. We opened the action with the NCAA March Madness Basketball Tournament, continued throughout the NBA Playoffs, horse racing’s Triple Crown, and currently offer selected Major League Baseball games. The NFL season is immensely popular with sports betters and we’re excited to extend our product offerings to The Venetian and Palazzo.”
“The addition of “In-Running” is certainly going to enhance our sports book offering and be a huge hit with the many sports aficionados who spend time at our properties,” said Robert Goldstein, president of both The Venetian and Palazzo Las Vegas.
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