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CG Technology Launches Its Weekly Football Paper Parlay Cards And The Opportunity To Win Up To $100,000 On A $5 Wager

Last offered in 2011, CG Technology once again launches its popular weekly football paper parlay cards in response to strong customer demand

LAS VEGAS, Aug. 28, 2014 /PRNewswire/ -- CG Technology™, a preeminent technology company, announced today that it has launched its popular weekly football paper parlay cards, available at all eight race and sports books that CG Technology operates in Nevada. Last offered in 2011, CG Technology is once again launching its weekly football paper parlay cards series in response to strong customer demand. Launching today CG Technology's parlay cards list upcoming NFL and NCAA games with the opportunity for customers to select up to five different paper parlay card options. This launch complements CG Technology's electronic football parlay cards offering, now available on CG Sports, CG Technology's newest sports wagering application available on all Android devices of OS version 2.3 (Gingerbread) or higher, iPhone 4, 4S, 5, 5C, 5S, iPad 2, iPad 3, and iPad Mini, as well as on Windows PCs running Windows Vista or higher (including 7, 8 and 8.1).

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"We are excited to reintroduce this fun and popular method of wagering in our eight race and sports books," said Lee M. Amaitis, President and CEO of CG Technology. "We launched our paper parlay cards today in response to high levels of interest from our customers. With the opportunity to bet as little as $5 and win up to $100,000 we are confident our paper parlay cards series will be hugely popular."

Customers can select up to five different paper parlay card options. These options include:

  • Weekly: $2 minimum bet on a minimum of 3 selections. All selections must win for the wager to be considered a winner.
  • Teasers: $2 minimum bet on a minimum of 3 selections. The points on a spread or total are adjusted in the bettor's favor.
  • Super Teasers: $2 minimum bet on a minimum of 3 selections. The points on a spread or total are adjusted in the bettor's favor.
  • Primetime: $2 minimum bet on a minimum of 3 selections on Sunday and Monday night games. All selections must win for the wager to be considered a winner.
  • $100K: $5 bet on all 15 selections. All selections must win to be considered a winner.

Sports wagering enthusiasts can also use the electronic parlay wagering option on their smartphones by downloading CG Sports. It is available for use by CG Technology wagering customers who are 21 years of age or older and may be used only within the State of Nevada or in Atlantis, Paradise Island in the Bahamas. Customers can sign up for their CG Technology wagering account in-person at any CG Technology Sports Book located in the State of Nevada or in Atlantis, Paradise Island in the Bahamas.

About CG Technology
CG Technology is a preeminent technology company providing innovative technological products for a variety of gaming-related industries including casinos, integrated resorts, cruise lines, and lottery companies. It provides private networks, systems, operations, management services, system licensing, and hardware and software design and development.

We operate eight race and sports books in Las Vegas, including: M Resort Spa Casino, the Hard Rock Hotel & Casino Las Vegas, the New Tropicana Las Vegas, the Cosmopolitan of Las Vegas, The Palazzo Lagasse's Stadium and The Venetian Las Vegas, Palms Casino Resort, and Silverton Casino. The company has a growing global presence, our international partners include: Atlantis, Paradise Island in the Bahamas, Celebrity Cruises, and Logrand Group in Mexico.

We are a leader in providing mobile gaming technology for casino-style games, and mobile sports wagering technology in the state of Nevada and internationally, via Android™ and Apple® compatible applications. We are passionate about applying best-in-class technology to offer a unique and innovative gaming experience. For more information please visit: http://www.cgtglobal.com/

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