Shares of the gambling and lottery game maker were trading at $22.28 on the Nasdaq Stock Market, up from Monday's closeof $20.89. Wynn was up as well - by about 0.73% - to $142.85 on Nasdaq.
Under the partnership, Scientific Games will join Wynn Resorts to "support" the launch of Wynn's digital sports betting and internet gaming applications in the U.S.
Wynn plans to use Scientific Games' products and services in its rollout of lectronic games in New Jersey. Wynn will use Scientific Games' sports betting and iGaming systems, and a managed sports trading service. Wynn also will use Scientific Games' aggregation system for some 2,000 digital games such as "88 Fortunes," "Raging Rhino" and "Zeus."
Scientific Games creates games, systems and services for casinos, lotteries, online gaming and sports betting, as well as other related gambling services. It owns Bally Systems, which invented the first slot data system in 1976, and it has customers such as Caesars Entertainment, Foxwoods Resort Casino, and Las Vegas Sands. Its revenue increased 9% year over year to $3.4 billion in its fourth quarter ended in February.
Wynn owns and operates several luxury hotel casino resorts in the United States and Macau.