PGCB Approves Sports Betting for Wind Creek Bethlehem

Wind Creek Casino

  • Wind Creek Casino has been licensed to offer sports betting for Pennsylvania players.
  • The casino will offer a retail, online and mobile app for legal sports betting.
  • The app and platform are expected to go online this year.

Bethlehem, Penn. – ON A new sports betting is launched in Pennsylvania and will give residents even more options for the sports betting market in the state.

Wind Creek Bethlehem will officially offer legal sports betting after US approval Pennsylvania Gaming Control Board.

The casino plans to operate a land-based, online and mobile sports betting app.

By offering these sports betting services, Wind Creek will merge the US division of the British betting brand Betfred.

Land-based sports betting construction has a target date of 18th of August and is scheduled to open doors on or about November 21st.

As the 14th stationary sports betting in the state, it’s set to Add in a 3,420-square-foot sportsbook with 13 betting kiosks and 79 TVs to the already large live venue.

The mobile app will be the 10. Pennsylvania mobile option and will be Betfred’s third sportsbook in the country.

Have the plans for online and mobile betting no start date published.

Pennsylvania is still in the process of opening casinos and sports betting in that state after that nationwide pandemic shutdowns.

There are certain conditions that must be met before one of the platforms can use the Sports betting can go fully live. These approvals will also come from PGCB.

Once they’re ready to start sports betting, the mobile app will most likely be the first service available, followed by Online betting and live sports betting in autumn.

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