Circa Sports unleashes mobile app in Kentucky

April 2, 2024
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Kentucky is the fifth state to welcome the Circa Sportsbook app.

Las Vegas sports betting operator Circa Sports has launched its mobile app in the state of Kentucky. The company’s mobile sportsbook is now live in five US states.

The Kentucky launch was made possible through Circa’s partnership with Cumberland Run.

However, the Kentucky launch is a first for Circa because residents who are 18 and older are permitted to register for an account through the mobile app.

Players throughout the state can now access high betting limits, live odds at any time, future bets in parlays, two-sided yes and no future betting features and quick access to deposit and withdrawal options.

Circa Sports takes a customer-first approach and offers players physical betting locations at Circa Resort & Casino’s sportsbook. Players can get in on the action in person at three southern Nevada destinations, along with a sportsbook at Legends Bay Casino and American Place.

In addition to Kentucky, Circa Sports offers mobile betting options in Nevada, Colorado, Iowa and Illinois.

Kentucky opened its regulated online sports betting market on September 28. The state opened for in-person retail sports betting on September 7.

During its first month live, in-person sports wagering raked in close to $10m in bets, the governor said.

Within its first few days live, online sports betting generated more than $68m in wagers from players statewide.

Kentucky Governor Andy Beshear shared with local news that the push to establish a regulated market in Kentucky has helped to generate substantial revenue for the state.

He commented, "Before we legalized sports betting, this money was going to other states, or the betting was being done illegally. Now, thanks to our efforts, these dollars are staying right here in Kentucky."


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