Wynn Sports App Goes Live Discreetly in New Jersey
The Wynn Sports App, a unit of Wynn Resorts, goes live discreetly in New Jersey. It has become the 18th mobile sports wagering application in the state. Also, it offers online sports betting to players on the current incredible competitive market.
It debuts last Tuesday following a five-day soft launch period in which requires by the New Jersey Division of Gaming Enforcement. The Vegas-based resort does not operate in any of the land-based casinos in the state. Instead, it brings a new sports betting product to market via the Caesars Interactive skin.
How Wynn Sports App Goes Live Discreetly?
Wynn Sports goes live discreetly as the product is in its infancy. Also, the Wynn Sports lines in the Garden State will be provided by Germany’s BetBull. It only means that the sports betting odds in the app cloud of Wynn Sports is different from the company’s retail sportsbook. In which it operates at Wynn and Encore on the Las Vegas strip.
Besides, some gambling experts on social media notes that its pricing is okay. Even there were some complaints about pricing on totals for some MLB games previously. Whatever it may be, Wynn, after all, is entering the largest regulated sports betting market in the US.
Growth in Sports Betting Industry
There only some US states that allow online gambling. As a result, it may be challenging to find a place where to play online casino games. However, it may not be the same fate as sports betting. Many states allow online and offline sports betting, and New Jersey is one of the largest competitive markets.
With this, some companies are looking forward to the growth of its profile in entering the scene. Although Wynn, among the US-based gambling companies, is rarely a significant player in sports betting. It is compared with its rivals, such as MGM Resorts International and Penn National Gaming.
In addition to New Jersey, however, the Encore operator has a partnership with Full House Resorts, Inc. It gives the company exposure to the Colorado and Indiana markets. These two states are the fastest-growing sports wagering markets in the country.