Wynn becomes latest US operator to unveil cross-state sportsbook app
Wynn customers with existing accounts in Arizona, Colorado, Indiana, Louisiana, Tennessee, and Virginia will be prompted to download the new app and log in with their existing accounts.
All existing bets, funds, and Wynn Rewards points will be transferred automatically, so users will no longer need to download separate apps in each state.
The new multi-state platform will also include faster deposit and withdrawal functionality said Wynn, as well as more sports betting markets and additional online casino games.“We are thrilled to introduce the new WynnBET app with enhanced sportsbook technology to six more markets, which continues our commitment to offer players a five-star experience in each of the states we operate in,” said Wynn Sports Interactive president Ian Williams.
“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 finalising this significant task in a short amount of time,” he added.
Wynn previously launched the new WynnBET sportsbook platform from day one in both Massachusetts and West Virginia.
The cross-border version of the app is also expected to be made available in New Jersey and New York in the coming weeks, with Michigan to follow later in the year.
Wynn Interactive is the online gambling division of Las Vegas-based casino giant Wynn Resorts.
Last week, BetMGM launched single wallet functionality in 14 US states as it looks to close the product gap on market leaders such as FanDuel and DraftKings.