Grand Central Restaurant and Bar announced that it would open DC sportsbook on October 4. Elys Game Technology will power the retail sports betting platform. It is the first sportsbook not operated by the lottery’s Gambet brand.
The sportsbook will empower guests to put down genuine cash sports wagers from any place inside the café premises, with an on-location application because of dispatch one year from now. Grand Central and Elys received a Class B operator permit by the District of Columbia’s Office of Lottery and Gaming (OLG) for the new pursuit.
According to sportsbook pay per head providers, the license includes advice on bookmaking and risk management services.
Open DC Sportsbook in Grand Central
Elys is one of the leading online gaming solutions providers. They expect Grand Central to start many retail sportsbooks within bars and restaurants in the district. Also, Elys will have a template that it can use for other small businesses in the nation.
The retail sportsbook will showcase Elys’ business-to-business sports betting services according to sportsbook pay per head sources. In addition, they offer their online gaming solutions to restaurant chains, casino operators, and other small businesses. Also, Grand Central will serve as a model for other state regulators who want to see the turn-key solution in action.
Elys want to show that the sports betting solution for small businesses can drive economic benefits. Thus, they want to invite shareholders to the Grand Central Restaurant and Bar.