Land Based Casinos Join Online Casino Technology
According to industry reports, online casino software firm UBA Technology is currently in talks with several high profile clients to finalize a deal that will create online casinos and sports betting kiosks across the U.S. According to industry reports, online casino software firm UBA Technology is currently in talks with several high profile clients to finalize a deal that will create online casinos and sports betting kiosks across the U.S. The kiosks, which will be located in select land-based casinos across the country, will enable fans of online casinos and sports betting to place wagers on a number of entertainment events from the safety of a traditional casino.
UBA Technology has already announced that it has completed work on its operating system for which the host casinos have the ability to provide real time sports betting and online casino action via a kiosk-based system. The new deal could assist many traditional casino operators to break into the lucrative and competitive online casino industry, and several anonymous operators are said to be highly interested in purchasing the equipment. The kiosks will also provide casinos with an opportunity to increase their online casinos and sports betting revenue by strategically placing the kiosks in prominent areas of the casino. Wireless gambling devices could help to make these new systems even more versatile; for example, they could be placed beside bar areas and pools.
Several traditional land-based casino operators have expressed the desire to join the online casino industry in recent months, given the market’s buoyant state. Over twelve million U.S. dollars was spent by online casinos fans at gaming sites in 2005, and 2006 is expected to generate even higher levels of revenue for gaming operators.