Boyd Gaming throws much of business to Ladbrokes-Stadium

May 15, 2012 3:07 AM

New players in the Nevada sports and wagering business are having an impact on traditional business relations.

Boyd Gaming has broken off its longtime working relationship with the Computerized Bookmaking Systems division of American Wagering to throw much of its business to Ladbrokes, which recently acquired software provider Las Vegas-based Stadium Technology.

Reliable sources report South Point owner Michael Gaughan has bought a piece of the Ladbrokes-Stadium deal, but Gaughan, who operates his own network of sports books involving other casinos, was not available for comment.