Caesars Entertainment Launches Mobile Sports Betting App.
Indiana Gives OK to Rush Street Interactive to Start Mobile Sports Betting App Next Week. Posted on: September 25, 2019, 09:09h. Last updated on: September 26, 2019, 10:19h.
Sportsbooks at three Indiana casinos could open before the NFL regular season kicks off, but when mobile betting will be available is still unknown.
This launch marks the debut of sports betting in Indiana and makes it the fifth state to go live with the sports betting offering from two companies. It has also set off an avalanche of launches with six more Caesars properties set to go live in the state this month, developments that will be a big boost to Indiana’s nascent sports betting market.
The operator is the sports betting branch of casino titan Caesars Entertainment, so even though the sportsbook is new to Indiana, it has a massive company backing it. Caesars sportsbook tends to focus on betting options that revolve around current events, rather than futures betting. With its easy-to-use website and app, it’s simple to find the available betting options for any event you.
Indiana’s sports betting market got another mobile wagering option on Tuesday as Roar Digital’s BetMGM app was cleared for takeoff. Roar Digital, the joint venture of casino operator MGM.
Kindred Deal With Caesars Puts Unibet Sports Betting App in Indiana, Iowa. By Liev Jackson Blog. Tweet Kindred Group announced on Tuesday that it has an agreement signed with Caesars Entertainment that gives the European gaming company access to the mobile sports betting markets in Indiana and Iowa. Kindred Group’s deal with Caesars Entertainment will allow Kindred to offer its Unibet.
The Indiana Gaming Commission authorized a Chicago-based gaming company that has partnered with French Lick Casino to conduct mobile sports betting beginning Oct. 3. Rush Street Gaming has.