US Integrity, a sports betting monitoring firm, has reached an agreement with 7 Cedars Casino to cover betting at the casino’s new sportsbook.
7 Cedars, which opened in 1995, is about two hours from Seattle. A hotel, table games, bingo, over 600 slot machines, and a golf course are all part of the property.
The Jamestown S’Klallam Tribe-operated casino will join the steadily growing number of Washington sportsbooks when it opens a sportsbook in Autumn 2022, just in time for the NFL season.
The Little Creek Casino of the Squaxin Island Tribe and the Clearwater Casino of the Suquamish Tribe both opened sportsbooks in February, becoming the latest of 16 tribes to receive regulatory approval to operate sports betting.
The Squaxin Tribe collaborated with International Game Technology (IGT) on its sportsbook, while the Suquamish Tribe collaborated with FanDuel.
7 Cedars has hired US Integrity to provide sports betting monitoring services at its upcoming sportsbook.
The company will provide the casino with integrity monitoring services via its proprietary dashboard, providing analysis across a variety of data sets and working to identify and flag irregular patterns in contest-level, officiating, and wagering.
Recently, the company signed a similar agreement with Silver Reef Casino, agreeing to provide monitoring services at the casino’s new sportsbook.
The Shoalwater Bay Indian Tribe of Washington filed a motion earlier this month to thwart Maverick Gaming CEO Eric Persson’s legal efforts to expand gambling in the state by allowing gaming accepted at tribal casinos to be permitted at card rooms.
The move sparked outrage, with Shoalwater Chair Charlene Nelson calling it a “national assault on tribal sovereignty.”