Caesars Joins Wyoming’s Online Sports Betting Market
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Caesars has expanded its reign to Wyoming.
The Caesars Sportsbook app went live in Wyoming Tuesday, parent company Caesar Entertainment announced in a press release. It’s the entertainment and hospitality giant’s 16thstate with live mobile sports betting. Of all sportsbooks only DraftKings has more states.
Caesars runs retail sportsbooks in eight additional states and U.S. jurisdictions.
It joins competitors DraftKings, BetMGM and FanDuel as the only betting apps in Wyoming, where in-person betting is still illegal. PointsBet has a Wyoming license, though it has not yet launched its product.
The new and improved app, as Caesars touts in its press release, will be available only to iPhone users to start.
“We’re ready to give sports fans in Wyoming the first-class sports betting experience they deserve,” Eric Hession, Co-President of Caesars Digital said in the release. “Our upgraded mobile sports wagering app together with unforgettable experiences through Caesars Rewards is a special combination we’re excited to bring to this market.”
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