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Bally Partners with Mohegan Sun to Offer Free Online Poker

Move is precursor to legalization of online gaming

Bally Partners with Mohegan Sun to Offer Free Online Poker

Bally Technologies, Inc. has signed a deal to provide its iGaming platform to two Mohegan Sun casinos.

Bally will supply Mohegan Sun’s casinos in Uncasville, Connecticut and Wilkes-Barre, Pennsylvania, with a platform to launch free-to-play online poker. The sites are being set up in anticipation of online wagering regulation. Earlier this year, Bally Technologies became the first company licensed in the United States as an interactive gaming system manufacturer and service provider.

Bally’s iGaming platform offers casino operators a number of benefits. The platform’s open architecture enables operators to choose from best-in-class content from a multitude of providers. Additionally, content is hosted, limiting the infrastructure required. The iGaming platform is also designed for mobile integration, and is ready to accommodate online gaming beyond poker, such as casino table games, video slots, sports betting and social gaming.

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