Newgioco, a betting technology supplier, has signed sports betting deal with the Grand Central sports bar and Capo deli. From now on, Newgioco will provide the ELYS platform for Grand Central. Thanks to new technological addition, Grand Central will be able to operate a sportsbook in the Adams Morgan District and Capo deli site in Shaw.
This is Newgioco’s seconds ELYS partnership in Washington D.C. Last month the company made a deal with Handle19, a sports bar chain.
“We are very pleased with the attention we received from Newgioco, not only in demonstrating the ELYS sports betting platform but also in thoroughly explaining the comprehensive nuances of running a sportsbook as an ancillary product within our hospitality businesses,” Grand Central founders Andy Seligman and Brian Vasile said.
“Additionally, the ELYS platform could be a perfect fit to replicate the feel of a traditional Italian betting venue in our Capo Italian deli providing the Shaw neighborhood residents a convenient place to drop in to place a wager on their favorite sports while picking up a sandwich.”
Newgioco chief executive Michele Ciavarella added:
“We are looking forward to working closely with the teams from Grand Central along with the previously announced agreements with Handle 19, Fleetwood and the Northern Winz tribal casino in Montana, to develop their independently branded sportsbook offerings as a complement to their principal hospitality businesses.”