While its parent company, Cantor Fitzgerald, awaits federal approval for its new movie box office futures index, Cantor Gaming is signing up more users of its eDeck technology, most recently the newly refurbished Tropicana in Las Vegas, which is scheduled to launch this fall. The eDeck will allow the hotel’s guests to play a variety of casino games as well as make in-running wagers with the Tropicana’s sportsbook, which Cantor will also be overseeing. Sounds great, but we’re still scanning the fine print to see what it costs if your kid drops the damn thing in the pool. Read more.
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