Bonusfinder.com said its sports betting license in West Virginia – which was approved in May – has been extended to include iGaming.
The performance marketing company said this is its seventh affiliate approval in six US states in less than one year. It previously was granted licenses in New Jersey, Pennsylvania, Indiana, Colorado and soon-to-be regulated Tennessee.
Each market has shown “fast growth” since launch, the company said in a statement.
The Mountain State regulated online and mobile sports betting in August 2019. There are five brands currently live with online and mobile betting options. The West Virginia regulator said its licensed casinos saw total wagers from sports betting and iGaming grow to a combined $151.9m in September.
Fintan Costello, Managing Director at BonusFinder.com, said 2020 has seen the company “rapidly grow” its footprint in the United States, adding he is “delighted” with its progress.
“US online sports betting has made huge strides in 2020, and iGaming is quickly building up momentum with more states recognizing that by combining common sense regulation and a superior offering, players can enjoy first-class entertainment while also being protected,” Costello said.
According to Costello, BonusFinder is a “strong advocate” of “helping players ‘play with more’ within a safe and responsible environment.”
“We are confident other states will follow the example of West Virginia, New Jersey and Pennsylvania, where a superior online product offering is benefiting consumers and operators,” he added.