Wynn Resorts Limited inks WynnBet sportsbetting alliance for Iowa

American casino operator Wynn Resorts Limited has announced that its WynnBet mobile-friendly sportsbetting innovation will soon be available to punters in Iowa following the signing of a deal with smaller compatriot Elite Casino Resorts.

The Las Vegas-headquartered firm used an official Friday press release to detail that its WynnBet service launched last year and has since gone live for sportsbetting enthusiasts in Colorado and New Jersey. The operator proclaimed that the innovation has been designed to supply patrons with ‘one-of-a-kind experiences, unique social betting mechanics and a high-quality user interface’ and is additionally expected to open its virtual doors for customers in Michigan and Indiana before the end of June.

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Wynn Resorts Limited explained that its WynnBet advance, which has also secured market access for Massachusetts and is awaiting licenses for Virginia and Tennessee, became the authorized gaming operator for the National Association for Stock Car Auto Racing (NASCAR) in October and will soon debut across ‘The Hawkeye State’ via an arrangement with Elite Casino Resorts’ four-star Riverside Casino and Golf Resort property.

Read a statement from Wynn Resorts Limited…

“Inspired by our unmatched expertise in customer service, the WynnBet app offers an ultra-intuitive and highly responsive interface that delivers hundreds of sportsbetting options to delight both aficionados and beginners alike. With its acquisition of BetBull in 2020, WynnBet is built on a foundation of highly social sportsbetting technology and one-of-a-kind experiences so that wagering and winning can be a celebrated and shared experience.”

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Finally, Wynn Resorts Limited pronounced that Elite Casino Resorts is moreover responsible for Iowa’s Grand Falls Casino and Golf Resort as well as the Rhythm City Casino Resort and that the new ‘multi-year market acc 7BALL ess partnership’ is to allow its WynnBet service to potentially increase its overall market access to seven states representing ‘approximately two-thirds of the addressable online bettors in the United States’.

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