BetRivers, a Rush Street Interactive property, launched its mobile sportsbook in Indiana today, becoming one of the first legal sportsbooks in the state. Through a partnership with French Lick Resort, BetRivers joins DraftKings Sportsbook Indiana as one of the two sports betting apps now live in the state.
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BetRivers is poised for a big introduction to the Indiana online sports betting market with the start of meaningful playoff baseball, the return of football and the basketball season being just a few weeks away. BetRivers has already gotten a sample of what it can expect from this market as it has been operating an in-casino sportsbook in French Lick Resort since early September. Their physical sportsbook encompasses over 3,000 feet of the casino floor and features a pair of state-of-the-art 14 feet long by 8 feet high video walls, along with another 18 television monitors.
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Bettors will have no shortage of options to choose from when they sign in to the sportsbook as every sport and wagering type available at the physical location is available for online users. “Our experience and success in New Jersey, Pennsylvania and New York allows us to zero-in on what players want – a massive range of sports betting options, through reliable and scalable technology, with responsive customer service, and fast payouts,” said Richard Schwartz, President of Rush Street Interactive.
BetRivers offers an array of markets such as moneyline and spread bets, parlays, prop bets and even in-game betting on local games, as well as international games. The launch of their mobile sportsbook app means that fans in Indiana can now be in the stadium at their favorite sporting event and place a bet on the game they are watching.
Those interested in betting on BetRivers’ mobile sportsbook, or any other legal online sports betting app in Indiana, do not have to worry about the hassle of going to a casino to register in-person. Registration is a quick and easy process that can be done on a desktop or mobile device, including both Android and Apple phones. To create an account and place a wager with BetRivers Indiana sportsbook, users must be located within the state and be at least 21 years old.
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BetRivers hopes to make a big splash in the Indiana online sportbetting market with their semi-local ties and pre-existing physical sportsbook at French Lick Resorts.
“We are excited to make history in the state of Indiana,” said Schwartz. “As a Chicago-based business and affiliate of the trusted and market leading Rivers Casino in Illinois, we are proud to expand our trust into Indiana. We are thankful for the Indiana Gaming Commission giving Rush Street Interactive their vote of confidence and authorizing us to launch online sports betting in the state. We look forward to working together with French Lick to continue our great partnership.”
For sports fans in interested in online sports betting, DraftKings is our favorite app in Indiana with it’s easy to use interface and generous signup bonus and array of odds boosts.
Remember when CB would post about Philadelphia sports and not Indiana gambling? Makes me want to root out The 700 Level again.
Incorrect! BetRivers.com launched 1st, DraftKings 2nd 🙂
The Betriver app is poorly designed and not user friendly at all. It appears to have been created by people that have never bet sports. Why would the casino in French Lick partner with this operation out of Pittsburgh? It seems as if the casinos of Indiana were not only not prepared for legal sports gambling but not very interested. I have worked and played in the sports gambling industry for over 30 years and I guess I expected more when Indiana casinos were awarded the gift of legalized sports betting. Time will tell if they can turn it around but right now they are failing. Hour waits in line to bet is not acceptable and this Betriver app is also unacceptable.
The first-mover advantage could be important to both DraftKings and BetRivers. But Indiana is expected to approve more online sportsbooks in short order. If that s the case, you should expect the best brands and the companies spending the most money on marketing to ascend to the top. That s what has happened in other states new to online sports betting.
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