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New York to use those horseracing carve-outs....

Discussion in 'Casino Industry Discussion' started by jetset, Oct 19, 2007.

    Oct 19, 2007
  1. jetset

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    NEW YORK RACING ASSOCIATION PLANS MOBILE GAMBLING

    Another move to exploit the online horseracing carve-out in US legislation

    Mobile gambling is hardly new, but betting on horse races is so far an untapped source of revenues from mobile phone bettors. The New York Racing Association is looking to change that and has plans to start using a new application called mWager to allow Windows Mobile users to place race bets on their cellphones, reports Newsday.

    The technical aspects must first be approved by the state Racing and Wagering Board but if this is successful, users will have access to information on the horse they are betting on, its owner, its trainer and the odds for it to win. The whole procedure will be PIN protected to safeguard anyone who has their handset stolen.

    If released, mWager claims it could well pave the way for a similar service in other markets.
     

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