WynnBet has launched its revamped sports betting app in six more states in the US. This means that people can download the new WynnBet app and enjoy an improved way to bet on sports in Arizona, Colorado, Indiana, Louisiana, Tennessee and Virginia. The WynnBet app is available for iOS and Android mobile devices.
As well as having the ability to bet on dozens of sports, the new WynnBet app will feature additional betting markets for things like same-game parlays, and there will be mobile exclusive bonuses too. The app will also allow customers to carry out a range of other tasks such as making deposits and withdrawals, often in a much quicker manner than before.
WynnBet is the online betting arm of the Wynn Resorts gambling and hospitality brand. By downloading the revamped WynnBet app, customers with pre-existing accounts with WynnBet and Wynn Resorts will have any standing bets and funds instantly transferred to the mobile app.
There will be the automatic transfer of the Wynn Rewards loyalty program with any bets made on the app contributing towards the accumulation of the associated benefits.
The app will also feature the latest geolocation technology which will act to prevent players from using the mobile betting platform outside of the specific state that it is licensed for.
However, the big improvement here is that the app will allow players to use the same account in different states. This means that a customer could sign up to WynnBet in Colorado, but then use the same account to bet in Arizona or pick up promo that is specific to Tennessee and so on.
While WynnBet hosts an online casino gaming platform on the app, online casino gaming is not yet legal in any of the above states. The WynnBet online casino is currently only available in the states of Michigan, New Jersey, and West Virginia.
By introducing its new betting app to six new markets, WynnBet will be significantly upgrading its bid to claim more market share in the US betting domain. Now that each of the state regulators have given the green light to the revamped WynnBet app, the task begins for the brand to carve a niche in the increasingly competitive realm.
WynnBet recently launched its updated sports betting app in West Virginia and Massachusetts, and it is widely expected to bring the new app to further markets such as New Jersey, New York and Michigan later this year.
The WynnBet app features the full range of betting lines such as moneyline, spread, totals, props and parlays, and its constantly changing roster of promotions has helped the brand gain a foothold in the marketplace.
Whether the revamped WynnBet mobile app will be enough to help it catch up with market leaders such as DraftKings and FanDuel remains to be seen, but the new app will certainly be warmly greeted by its preexisting customers.
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