The popular online sports wagering app, theScore, has received its GLI-33 certification. This brings it one step closer to entering the online Indiana sports betting market.

  • Indiana sports bettors will have theScore Bet sports betting platform available to them by the end of the summer according to the company.
  • The sportsbook application is in the final stages of approvals before a public launch by the start of NFL season will occur.

INDIANAPOLIStheScore Bet and its sports betting application are one step closer to becoming an official sportsbook in Indiana.

There are a number of steps that mobile sportsbook applications are required to pass through before they can be licensed to offer wagers on sporting events to gamblers of the Hoosier State.

Score Digital Sports Ventures Inc. has received its GLI-33 (Gaming Laboratories International) certification which is one of the final steps toward permanent licensure as a mobile sports wagering application in Indiana.

The Next Steps For theScore In Indiana

GLI-33 certifies that a sports betting platform is a legitimate application with not only wagers but the proper software equipment for player account management.

theScore Bet passed with flying colors being that they are not new to this business. Version 1.1.0 of Bet.Works™ Sports Wagering Platform was used to evaluate the validity of theScore during this process.

“We are very excited to have secured GLI-33 certification for Indiana for theScore Bet,” said John Levy, Founder, and CEO of theScore. “This approval is a significant milestone and reflects the hard work of our engineering and product team who have been working tirelessly to ready theScore Bet for launch in Indiana as part of our multi-state expansion.”

Penn National Gaming Inc. partnered with theScore last year to help the operator better expand on their application and its userbase. It was due to this partnership that made it possible for theScore to enter the Indiana sports betting industry.

Their sports betting platform has had a proven record of being able to open up profitable mobile sportsbooks which is why Penn National entered a 20-year partnership with them in the first place.

“Securing this highly-coveted partnership with Penn National is a major step towards our goal of becoming a leader in mobile sports betting in the United States,” said Levy, in 2019. “We are thrilled that Penn National believes in, and has invested in, our vision of an integrated approach to media and sports betting and we can’t wait to unveil the best-in-class mobile betting experience that we’ve been building for sports fans.”

End Of Summer Launch

Players in Indiana are nearing the time when they will be able to experience such a developed application that will offer them a wide range of sports matchups to wager on.

There are a few more required approvals needed by the Indiana Gaming Commission for the app to be able to launch to the public.

The timeline for a rollout to sports bettors in the Hoosier State to see theScore Bet is expected by the end of the summer, just in time for the NFL season and all the bets that go along with it.

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