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ISI Race and Sports Taps Pavilion Payments for Sports Betting

ISI Race and Sports, a global provider of turnkey race and sportsbook software and solutions, is the latest to select Pavilion Payments’ iGaming solutions to advance its sports betting offerings. ISI Race and Sports is positioned to deliver a fast and easy funding experience to its sportsbook users via their smart devices through this partnership.

Founded in 1999, ISI Race and Sports has become an industry leader in sportsbook technology. With the support of Pavilion Payments’ sports betting technology, ISI Race and Sports is positioned to leverage ACH-guaranteed services that enable players to electronically fund their bets and get real-time access to their winnings using their “on file” checking accounts. Pavilion Payments’ VIP LightSpeed® platform powers funding and withdrawals for online sports betting, while VIP Preferred® e-check network enables users to access funds from their checking account quickly.


“Pavilion Payments’ technology strives to improve the gaming experience for patrons wherever they choose to play,” said Christopher Justice, president of Pavilion Payments. “We are thrilled to partner with ISI Race and Sports to help them build upon their sports betting capabilities and enhance the online gaming experience for consumers.” 


ISI Race and Sports powers the sportsbook, BetWildwood, which went live in Colorado in July. 


Check out the recent press release or our online gaming solutions to learn more about how Pavilion Payments is helping casinos better serve their guests, no matter where and how they choose to play.


ICYMI: Christopher Justice, president of Pavilion Payments, was recently featured in Transaction Directory with his article, “Cashless Wagering to Take the Spotlight in 2021.” Justice explores trends that will impact the industry moving forward in the post-COVID era, including how modernizing existing payment infrastructures provides both a method to revolutionize the movement of money with enhanced safety and security, as well as its role in helping casino operators meet the expectations of modern consumers that prefer a cashless experience.