Operator bet365 launches in Louisiana

November 21, 2023

This will be the seventh state in which bet365 is live in the US.

Operator bet365 has officially further expanded its reach within the US, as it has now entered the state of Louisiana. 

The Pelican State becomes the seventh in bet365’s continual expansion in the US, having already held a presence in Colorado, Iowa, Kentucky, New Jersey, Ohio and Virginia. 

The launch in Iowa, which came back in June, was announced along with a multi-year partnership with the 17,500-square-foot riverboat gaming venue, Casino Queen Marquette. 

Alongside the announcement, new and eligible bet365 customers aged 21+ in approved parishes will qualify for an exclusive introductory offer of Bet $1 get $365 in Bonus Bets, T&C’s apply. 

Sports bettors in the state can now access the bet365 website or via the app, which includes features such as Same Game Parlay Plus, Cash Out and Edit Bet, bet boosts, super boosts, early payouts for some sports, live streaming on some events; and an extensive range of pre and live in-game props on all major sporting events. 

A spokesperson from bet365 gave their thoughts on the launch: “Celebrated for its passionate culture and festive spirit, we are thrilled to bring bet365 to Louisiana. 

“Now eligible customers from Shreveport to the Big Easy can enjoy our renowned products like amazing Bet Boosts, the fastest In-Game experience and unique Same Game Parlays.” 

Just this week, bet365 signed an exclusive and long-term agreement with Hornets Sports & Entertainment (HSE), which will name bet365 as the Charlotte Hornets’ official partner. 


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