Betting On Casino Gaming Stocks

Three small cap stocks: Empire Global Corp. Amaya Inc and NYX Gaming Group Ltd are pushing the technological borders of casino gaming both for traditional brick and mortar places and websites. Only three American states- Delaware, New Jersey and Nevada – have installed the regulations for overseeing online gambling. However, there are a number of markets outside United States for these small cap casino technology companies.

Casino Gaming Stocks

Lucrative companies and their stocks

The Amaya a Montreal head quartered company and is a prominent seller of technology centric services, products and solutions in the global interactive entertainment and gaming industries. The company via its Business to Consumer business has concentrated on the development, operation and the acquire of interactive technology centric assets having high potential in existing and also new verticals, industries and markets. Amaya’s business to consumer businesses presently consists of Amaya Group Holdings and subsdiaries, commonly known as “Rational Group”. The Rational Group owns and also operates gaming and ancillary entertainment businesses with a number of brands like PokerStars, European Poker Tour and Latin American Poker Tour.

NYX Gaming Group Ltd has its base in Las Vegas, Nevada and employs about 350 personnel scattered over eight countries located in three continents. The small cap company offers cutting edge technology and content to a number of the biggest casinos, gaming operators and lotteries around the world. The company has a large distribution base with about 170 customers. The game catalogue has 650 games, including scratch cards, table games and slots. All games can be accessed over both mobile and web formats.

Empire Global

In case of Empire Global Corp, it concentrates on the development of world class services and products within the regulated gambling industry operating online. It specializes in online sports betting. This small cap company aims to develop the businesses via strategic value mergers and acquisitions.