CDI Consolidates ADW Platforms

CDI Consolidates ADW Platforms
Churchill Downs Inc. has announced it has consolidated its four individual advance deposit wagering platforms into one common site, 

CDI's ADW account holders who previously wagered through the account-wagering sites the company acquired in June 2007 –, and – will continue to utilize many of the same features those sites offered, the company announced in a press release, as well as the AmericaTAB wagering interface that powered and

Account holders who wagered through prior to this announcement will now experience a faster and more features in the wagering interface, the company said. In addition, they now have access to free handicapping information provided by Brisnet and have the option of placing wagers by mobile device.

All, and customers can access their wagering account information, including account balances, through and will be able to log in to the new with their existing account number and personal identification number. Players who already had accounts will continue to log in with their existing username and password.  Live operator and touch-tone wagering for all customers is available via (877) SPIRES-1.

“Since acquiring the AmericaTAB and Bloodstock Research Information Services ADW platforms in June, our Kentucky and California teams have been working hard to combine the best features of all of our services into a single, improved home for account wagering,” said Vernon Niven, the Company’s executive vice president of technology initiatives and president of, in the release. charges no fees for wagering services and offers free Brisnet past performances as well as Twin Spires Club player rewards. also features live video streaming and race replays.

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