- Wynn mobile sportsbook is now available in New Jersey.
- The Wynn sportsbook is the 18th sportsbook available in New Jersey.
- Wynn is planning to expand to other states such as Colorado and Indiana.
ATLANTIC CITY, N.J. – The Wynn mobile sportsbook quietly launched in New Jersey on Tuesday.
The launch of the Wynn sportsbook marks that they are the 18th mobile sportsbook to launch in the state.
A Subtle Launch
Wynn Resorts’ sports betting arm is much smaller than companies such as DraftKings or, Penn National Gaming. Even so, adding Wynn allows for more options to the New Jersey sports betting market.
Wynn was approved to launch in New Jersey by the New Jersey Division of Gaming Enforcement (NJDGE). As per New Jersey sports betting law, Wynn had to undergo a soft launch in the New Jersey market.
The soft launch only lasted for five days, which completed on Tuesday. With the soft launch complete, Wynn was able to fully launch in what has now become one of the most robust online gaming marketplaces in the country.
Wynn currently does not have a physical sportsbook in New Jersey. At the moment, only mobile betting is available for the Wynn sportsbook. Thanks to how New Jersey handles mobile sports betting, anyone can register for a Wynn sports betting account remotely. That way, they do not have to go to a casino during this pandemic.
Wynn is now accepting sports bets from leagues across the board. They had some pricing issues for MLB betting the other day, but it appears to be fully operational now.
What Comes Next?
New Jersey is likely not the last state that bettors will see Wynn in. Wynn also has plans for expansion to states like Colorado and Indiana. Both of these states and New Jersey are the fastest growing sports betting markets in the country.
Launching in all three of these states will likely propel Wynn to success. These three states are becoming powerhouses in the legal sports betting market. They are even on the path to surpass Las Vegas as the best destination to bet on sports.
Right now, Wynn is still relatively small in the U.S. sports betting market. However, successfully launching in these three states will likely change that. Bettors should look out for more Wynn sportsbooks launching in the country in the near future.
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