WynnBet announced on Tuesday that it is partnering with Delaware North, the owner and operator of Wheeling Island and Mardi Gras Casino.
The deal ensures WynnBet will release both an online casino and its online sports betting app in the Mountain State in the near future.
The online gaming provider is owned by Wynn Resorts, which bills itself as the “global leader in luxury hospitality.”
This newest agreement means that Mardi Gras and Wheeling Island will add two more online platforms into the West Virginia market.
Currently, there are five online casinos available with the recent debut of Caesars Casino WV. WynnBet could be the sixth option in a state that earned about $4.7 million in online gaming revenue last month.
When it goes live, WynnBet Sportsbook WV will likely be the seventh sports betting platform. It joins the Betly Sportsbook, which already operates under the two sister properties.
Now that it’s gained market access, it’s just a matter of time before both betting apps launch in WV.
WynnBet Gains WV Access
Although Wynn Resorts is known for a lot outside of sports wagering, its legal gambling footprint is growing. It now has some type of market access in 18 jurisdictions around the country, with seven others on the horizon.
At the moment, WynnBet Sportsbook is available in the following states:
- New Jersey
Like other quality online sportsbooks, WynnBet features lots of ways to place bets on a wide range of sports. It provides exclusive picks and parlays from former professionals like Shaq O’Neal and Chris Long.
WynnBet Casino is also starting to expand within the US. It’s available for download in both the New Jersey and Michigan markets, with several others on the way, too.
Once it arrives in WV, bettors should expect to find it another solid online option.
The casino is highly rated in the states where it’s already released. WynnBet Casino is user-friendly and includes all of the common casino games, like roulette, blackjack, poker and baccarat.
Of course, it also comes equipped with lots of assorted slots.
While we won’t know exactly what the welcome bonuses will consist of until WynnBet’s apps go live, its current offers look good.
Right now, bettors in NJ and MI receive a $1,000 deposit-match bonus for the online casino. A similar deal applies to its sportsbook, where new users get a $1,000 risk-free bet after making their first deposit.
Again, these won’t necessarily be the welcome offers when WynnBet makes its WV debut. However, it is a promising sign that residents will have a valuable bonus when they become available.
After WynnBet officially launches as a WV online sportsbook or casino, we’ll update you with all of the relevant information.