- William Hill has launched its mobile and online sportsbook in Indiana giving bettors the ability to bet on sports from anywhere in the state.
- This app comes after William Hill launched its retail sportsbook at the Tropicana Casino in Evansville.
- The William Hill Sportsbook app in Indiana marks the seventh state with a mobile app from the company.
INDIANAPOLIS – Leading American sportsbook, William Hill US has announced on Thursday that it has officially launched its sportsbook app and online platform in the state of Indiana.
Indiana bettors will now be able to place wagers on endless teams and sports online and through their mobile devices from anywhere within the lines of the Hoosier State.
“Built on William Hill’s proprietary platform, the sports betting app offers sports fans a broad and deep array of markets and bet types, including live game wagering for their favorite teams, all at a tap of their finger,” said the company in a press release. “The app also includes many deposit and withdrawal options for customers, live scoring game casts, and a quick and secure registration process.”
The William Hill Sportsbook app was the inevitable next step for the company to expand in Indiana after launching a retail location in 2019. The land-based sportsbook opened at the Tropicana Casino in Evansville through a deal with the casino owner Eldorado Resorts.
The agreement with Eldorado Resorts made William Hill the exclusive partner for land-based and online legal sports betting.
“We have no doubt that William Hill’s industry-leading wagering menu and technology will enhance the guest experience which is always the priority at all Eldorado Resorts properties across the country,” said Glenn Carano, Senior Vice President of Operations, East Region at Eldorado Resorts, Inc.
Now that William Hill is able to provide an online sportsbook in Indiana, there is not only a seamless betting experience but also lucrative benefits in signing up for an account.
The sportsbook app is offering a free bet promotion for all new customers for wagers up to $500. Any new customer that deposits through the website or the app will have their first bet matched with the maximum of $500 and a minimum of $50.
Since the first mobile platform went live in 2012, the sportsbook operator now has launched its mobile sportsbook apps in seven states including Nevada, New Jersey, Colorado, West Virginia, Illinois, Iowa, and Indiana.
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