- Unibet has officially launched a statewide sports betting app in Indiana.
- After finding success in New Jersey and Pennsylvania, Unibet plans to do the same in Indiana.
- Kindred Group has an ongoing deal with Caesars.
HAMMOND, Ind. – Kindred Group’s Unibet Sportsbook has officially launched in the online Indiana sports betting market.
Unibet was previously available in Indiana, starting on May 13, with a temporary sports betting license. Now Unibet has their official sports betting license and is ready to take on the entire Indiana sports betting market.
The Path To Success
Unibet is quickly becoming one of the most established sportsbooks in the United States. Unibet has already established themselves in New Jersey and in Pennsylvania. They even have partnership agreements with teams such as the Philadelphia Eagles.
The partnership with the Eagles and New Jersey Devils allows Unibet to advertise their brand during their home games. Doing so puts a lot of eyes on Unibet that maybe would have missed them before.
Because of these deals, Unibet and Kindred Group grew quickly.
So much so that Unibet made a partnership with Caesars. This partnership allows for Unibet sportsbooks to launch in Caesars properties in both Indiana and Iowa.
Thanks to that partnership, Unibet is launching in Horseshoe Hammond Casino, owned by Caesars, in Indiana.
Mobile sports betting was the biggest key for Unibet to grow across the country. Unibet has now launched in three states and counting. The common factor with these three states is that mobile sports bettors can register for an account remotely. There is no in-person registration requirement.
Although there is an ongoing pandemic going on, Unibet should have no trouble finding success in Indiana. The NBA and NHL are set to resume their seasons soon, giving legal sports bettors plenty to wager on. Combine that with remote registration, and there should be plenty of action being put on the Unibet sportsbook.
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