Las Vegas Sands has begun to offer its electronic table game (ETG) apparatus to customers of its casino in Pennsylvania.
International Game Technology (IGT), formerly known as Gtech S.p.A. and Lottomatica S.p.A, announced that it had already implemented a Live Dealer Stadium Gaming system.
This development allows gamblers to enjoy four live tables with the opportunity to place electronic bets. The lowest wager size is $5.
Mark Juliano, the President of Sands Bethlehem, reported that it would be possible to win betting electronically. It has been known that Sands Bethlehem is a gambling facility in Pennsylvania that can boast one of the highest revenues for table games on the gambling market. However, the gambling house is always ready to improve its services.
Sands Bethlehem is a pioneer in providing an electronic table game system in Pennsylvania. However, the company offers this setup in some of its facilities in Macau. This fact is explained by some features of the local legislation. ETG systems are considered to be a single table without taking into account how many gamblers are playing.
An investor of Las Vegas Sands accused Sheldon Adelson, CEO of the company, of breaking its liabilities to those who had shares of the organization.
It was mentioned that Sheldon Adelson had been involved in illegal activities, including breaking several gambling-related laws, money laundering, and illicit deals with Chinese authorities.
A lawsuit that was filed included accusation of spending funds of the company for personal purposes.
The investor wants to appoint a new CEO and return money he has wasted.