WynnBet has partnered with the San Carlos Apache Tribe as it pursues an online sports betting licence in Arizona.
The casino and sports betting app from Wynn Resorts, WynnBet, will work directly with the San Carlos Apache Tribal Gaming Enterprise, which operates the Apache Gold Casino and Sky Casino, to secure its licence.
The introduction of WynnBet into Arizona marks the 16th state in which the app operates – or plans to.
Inspired by Wynn Resorts “sophisticated brand experience”, the WynnBet app is said to offer an “ultra-intuitive and highly responsive interface” that delivers hundreds of sports betting options.
In conjunction with Wynn Resorts acquisition of BetBull in 2020, WynnBet provides highly social sports-betting technology and “one-of-a-kind” experiences.
WynnBET is currently available in Colorado, Indiana, Michigan, New Jersey, Tennessee and Virginia. In addition, WynnBET currently has market access to 16 states covering approximately 53 per cent of the US population and expects to gain access to additional states in the near-term, resulting in its footprint covering approximately 77 per cent of the US population.
Earlier this month, WynnBet was rolled-out to the Cincinnati Reds which saw the two companies team up on marketing efforts throughout the current 2021 season, introducing the app to Reds fans in Indiana.
The agreement saw the app gain access to official marks and logos of the Major League Baseball franchise, which will be used across its online products.
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