BetRivers to sponsor NASCAR race at Dover Motor Speedway

April 2, 2024
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The online operator will collaborate with the speedway and the state lottery for the April race.

Rush Street Interactive (RSI)'s online gaming and betting subsidiary, BetRivers, has teamed up with Dover Motor Speedway as an official sponsor of the upcoming NASCAR Xfinity Series Dash 4 Cash race.

The BetRivers 200 race will run on April 27. Delaware players can wager on the event for the first time now that the state has opened for online sports betting.

RSI CEO Richard Schwartz said the company is eager to collaborate with the speedway and work with the Delaware Lottery on the race.

He commented, "We are thrilled to join forces with Dover Motor Speedway as the title sponsor for this prestigious NASCAR event. We have worked in collaboration with the Delaware Lottery to bring this partnership to life. 

“As BetRivers is dedicated to providing top-notch entertainment and experiences, this partnership is a natural fit and we are excited to see this important hometown event grow even bigger as we continue to invest in the community for years to come. The BetRivers 200 will showcase the pinnacle of racing excellence and provide fans with an unmatched spectacle."

Dover Motor Speedway has been part of NASCAR racing for more than 50 years. This year’s BetRivers 200 NASCAR Xfinity Series Dash 4 Cash race marks the 78th NASCAR Xfinity Series race to run at One-Mile Oval.

Dover Motor Speedway President & General Manager Mike Tatoian said, "With the recent launch of RSI’s online sportsbook in Delaware, we are delighted to welcome BetRivers as our title sponsor for the upcoming race.

"BetRivers commitment to excellence and passion for delivering exceptional experiences align perfectly with our values. Together, we look forward to creating memorable moments for fans and the drivers at the BetRivers 200 for years to come."

Delaware Lottery Director Helene Keeley discussed the group’s commitment to the local community and said partnering to put on the race was an ideal opportunity to invest in the economy.

She said, "Through our continued conversations with RSI, the topic of the importance of community involvement and local economic impact has surfaced many times. 

“Investing in the local community is important and RSI has done just that, including partnering with the Xfinity Series NASCAR Race at Dover Motor Speedway with the newly named BetRivers 200, we continually confirm our relationship with BetRivers is right for Delaware."


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