LAS VEGAS, Nevada -- Tropicana Las Vegas
has signed an agreement with technology company Cantor Gaming to run the Strip resort's new sports book when it opens this fall, the companies announced Thursday.
Cantor Gaming, an affiliate of global financial services provider Cantor Fitzgerald, will offer mobile gaming through eDeck, Cantor's mobile wagering program.
The device allows gamblers to wager on sporting events and play mobile casino games such as blackjack and baccarat. The device will be offered throughout the property, including in bars, restaurants and the pool.
The new sports book is part of Tropicana Las Vegas' $165 million renovation of the property scheduled to be complete in April.