Indiana Cool On Satellite Casino Concept
By staff
State gambling regulators are giving a cold shoulder to a company's proposal to televise casino games from Indiana by satellite to homes and off-track betting parlours for remote-control betting.

The Kenilworth Systems Corporation technology company proposed to broadcast an Indiana casino's roulette wheel, baccarat and other games to gamblers' homes through a microprocessor on a TV-top box or to racetracks, off-track betting parlours, lottery locations, hotels or other sites that another state or country might authorise.

The system, called Roulabette, is similar to horse racing simulcasts, in which a track sends its signal to an off-track betting centre where customers wager locally.

State regulators said that the company probably couldn't be licenced to do business in the state and might not be able to find a willing casino partner anyway.

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