WynnBet Launches iCasino & Online Sportsbook in West Virginia

June 23, 2023
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The state becomes the 11th where WynnBet is available.

WynnBet has announced that it will launch its iCasino and Sportsbook in West Virginia.

West Virginia is now the 11th state where WynnBet operates and the third state in which WynnBet offers its online casino, alongside Michigan and New Jersey.

West Virginia is one of six states in the US where online casino is legalized.

Wynn Sports Interactive President Ian Williams said, "We would like to thank the West Virginia Lottery Commission for working with us throughout our licensure process in the state.

“We are thrilled to bring our first-class online casino and sportsbook to players in West Virginia, marking our second state launch this year and the third iCasino market to our growing portfolio."

West Virginia players will now be able to play classic casino games, live dealer blackjack and roulette, video poker and keno.

New casino users that sign up with WynnBet in West Virginia will be eligible for a deposit match up to $1,000. Players signing up for WynnBet's Online Sportsbook in West Virginia will have the chance to take advantage of a new-user offer, Bet $100, Get $100 bet credit.

Online West Virginia players will gain immediate access to Wynn Rewards, providing them with a variety of real-life experiences and benefits that can be used online, and at Wynn Resorts' properties. Existing Wynn Rewards members will be able to connect their accounts to WynnBet upon completing registration.

This year, WynnBet launched mobile sports betting in Massachusetts, as did BetMGM and FanDuel. This coincided with the start of Massachusetts legalizing sports betting, coming into effect on May 1 this year. 


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