I try to live being paperless and it’s interesting to see that Cantor Gaming is doing the same in their sportsbooks. I don’t try to live paperless because I’m concerned about the environment. I’m a pretty minimalist person and don’t like clutter or being wasteful and that’s what paper is to me. The byproduct is that I treat planet Earth with a little respect. Go me!
The commercial above for Cantor Gaming sportsbooks touts that they don’t have parlay cards in their sportsbooks. I’ve verified that this is the case.
Like me, Cantor Gaming isn’t going paperless because they care about the planet. Cantor Gaming is concerned about people signing up for betting accounts. There’s nothing wrong with this. That’s their business.
Going paperless and walk up sportsbooks are major steps towards what we should expect to see in the future of sportsbooks. Sportsbooks have been changing drastically in the past few years and will continue to do so.
Sportsbooks will be very different in 5 years.
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