WagerWire's sports bet trading launches on STN Play

December 6, 2023
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Station Casinos' STN Play iGaming and sports betting platform now has the ability for its players to buy and sell sports bets.

WagerWire has partnered with Red Rock Resorts’ STN Play online casino, via Station Casinos, to offer its bet trading marketplace technology. Bettors using STN Play have access to hundreds of slot games, table games and sports wagering, and can now buy and sell active sports bets.

In January, WagerWire partnered with Sparket, the ‘Social Betwork’ which takes wagers on sports, esports live events and pop culture topics from a social community platform. STN Play is also powered by Sparket.

Aaron Basch, Co-Founder of Sparket, said, “Integrating WagerWire into our offering with STN Play and other clients opens a new vertical of activity once our pre-match markets have closed. Now that bets can be bought or sold, live betting markets will be available to players, creating a whole new way for Station’s users to play.”

This year, WagerWire announced affiliate deals with nine major sportsbooks, including BetMGM, Caesars and Tipico in May, as well as partnering with Betr in September.

Red Rock Resorts has also been busy recently with Station Casinos’ opening of Durango Resort & Casino this week in Summerlin, Las Vegas. STN Play’s Sports Plus sportsbook has also achieved higher numbers of users after implementing Sparket bets earlier this year.

Currently, results show that adding the WagerWire marketplace has seen over 20% of the sportsbook’s betting volume being traded. WagerWire has earned GLI33 Certifications for its system integration with both Sparket and GAN, as well.

Zach Doctor, CEO of WagerWire, said, “This is the beginning of a new generation of sports betting offerings.

“Not only will STN Play users be able to bet on anything, but they will also have the option of selling those bets after the event has started, creating the next frontier of trading, engagement and entertainment.”


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