Bet365 Sportsbook Launches in Arizona
With a partnership of the Ak-Chin Indian Community, bet365 has launched a retail and online sportsbook in Arizona. Bet365 is the 17th legal sports betting site in the state as the Arizona Department of Gaming (ADG) recently announced that the sportsbook was awarded an event wagering operator’s license.
Back in 2021, 10 sports betting permits were reserved for gaming tribes and 10 permits were reserved for the state’s sports organizations. Arizona has a dozen retail locations placing sports wagers, including FanDuel Sportsbook. The top sports betting operator has a retail sportsbook inside the Footprint Center, home to the Phoenix Suns (NBA) and Phoenix Mercury (WNBA) as professional basketball teams.
Bbet365 Sportsbook has steadily grown its presence in the legal US market. Along with Arizona, bet365 has gone live in Colorado, Iowa, Kentucky, New Jersey, Ohio and Virginia. Bet365 Arizona mobile betting app will be launched in the near future with college football and the NFL seasons in full swing.
The application window for Arizona’s sports betting was initiated on Aug. 1 and ran through Aug. 15 this year. The ADG has granted one license to bet365, but there are three more licenses to fill out the quota of 20 sports betting operators. Bet365 Sportsbook gains access to the Arizona sports betting marketplace through its partnership with the Ak-Chin Indian gaming tribe, which is located in the southwestern area of the state.
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Arizona’s Sports Betting Market
Arizona is a major sports betting market with ranking in the top 10 states with legal sportsbooks. In the most recent reports by the ADG, Arizona reported $393,198,857.89 in total monthly revenue (June 2023). In the fall because of football, the overall sports betting handle and sportsbooks’ revenue are the highest in the season.
Officially starting in September of 2021, Arizona’s sports betting fans have supported both retail and online sportsbooks in the state. Bet365 Sportsbook will be entering a robust market that is consistently filled with betting on sports from point spreads and total lines to live in-game wagers on a monthly basis.
FanDuel, DraftKings, BetMGM and Caesars Sportsbook have the lion’s share of both the legal sportsbooks’ handle and revenue. Other prominent sportsbook operators in Arizona are BetRivers, SuperBook and Unibet along with Desert Diamond Sports as a local favorite.
Bet365 Sportsbook Promotional Lineup in Arizona
Bet365 Sportsbook Arizona has spread across the state as one of the more attractive sports betting operators because of its promotional lineup. The bet365 bonus plan for 2023 allows new members to collect up to a $200 incentive. This sportsbook also offers benefits, features and various betting markets.
There are special welcome bonus promotions, an excellent loyalty program, a broad selection of sports betting options, ongoing incentives (both retail and online) and various banking methods to choose from.
There is no bonus promotional code needed to join the bet365 Welcome Offer and sign-up terms are up to $200 in free-play bets. New Arizona customers (21 and over) are eligible and the terms are valid within seven days of registration to claim the promotional incentive. The first minimum bet is $10 and new customers can use the bet365 online link to its website or mobile betting app to sign up.
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