Elys continues partnership with Isleta Resort and Casino

March 2, 2022
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Subsidiary USBookmaking will continue to provide sports wagering services to the Isleta sportsbook.

Elys Game Technology has continued to expand its operation into New Mexico through an extended partnership with the Isleta Resort and Casino in Albuquerque. The contract extension is between Elys’ subsidiary, USBookmaking, and the casino resort.

USBookmaking will continue to offer sports wagering services to Isleta’s sportsbook as part of the continuing agreement. Players will be able to bet on sporting events, including in the NFL, NBA, MLB, as well as college football and basketball games.

Bettors can wager at either the self-service kiosks or at in-person ticket counters located throughout Isleta’s casino.

John Salerno, Director of Operations of USBookmaking, said the company hopes the extended agreement will continue to strengthen its relationship with the tribal gaming sector.

“We are very pleased to continue our relationship with Isleta and to provide the highest quality sportsbook performance and service commitment to the casino and its customers. We remain very confident about our growing opportunities and relationships for sports wagering in the tribal gaming sector as our North America expansion plan continues.”

Earlier in the month, the company also extended a sports wagering service agreement between USBookmaking and the Santa Ana Star Casino Hotel in Santa Ana Pueblo, New Mexico.

The Santa Ana Star Casino Hotel is home to New Mexico’s first sportsbook.

Elys operates in multiple countries worldwide and currently has operations in six US states. It offers gaming products and services, such as sports betting, esports, virtual sports, online casino, poker, bingo, interactive games and slots.

Elys also provides wagering solutions and services to online operators, casinos, retail betting establishments and franchise distribution networks.

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