WynnBet's multi-state app now available in six more states

August 4, 2023
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Wynn Resort's iGaming app is now accessible in Arizona, Colorado, Indiana, Louisiana, Tennessee and Virginia.

Wynn Resort’s iGaming app, WynnBet, is now available in six more states: Arizona, Colorado, Indiana, Louisiana, Tennessee and Virginia.

This new multi-state platform replaces existing state-specific apps. WynnBet is an online casino and sports betting app.

Wynn Sports Interactive President Ian Williams said, “We are thrilled to introduce the new WynnBet app with enhanced sportsbook technology to six more markets, which continues our commitment to offering players a five-star experience in each of the states we operate in.

"We would like to thank state regulators for their timely review of our new platform as well as the many WynnBet team members and partners involved in this project for their diligent work in finalizing this significant task in a short amount of time.”

Wynn players with existing accounts in Arizona, Colorado, Indiana, Louisiana, Tennessee and Virginia will be directed to download the new app and login using their existing login information.

All existing bets and funds and Wynn Rewards points will be transferred automatically.

WynnBet previously launched in Massachusetts and West Virginia on the new platform. Information on when the new app will be available to players in New Jersey and New York is expected to be announced in the coming weeks. Availability in Michigan will be shared later.

Where WynnBet is available, new players can download the WynnBet app on the Apple and Google Play stores or register for accounts at wynnbet.com.

All players on WynnBet have access to Wynn Rewards.

Wynn Interactive is the online gaming division of Wynn Resorts, which is traded on the Nasdaq under the ticker WYNN. Wynn Interactive products operate under the WynnBet and WynnSlots brands.

There has previously been speculation over whether WynnBet will close its mobile sports betting division, given the fact it is so far behind its rivals in terms of market share.


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