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The Super Bowl is just days away and already lots of sports betting operators are rushing in to take full advantage of what is described as one of the biggest sporting events in the United States. Residents of the Keystone State are among those that are going to enjoy the fruits of the budding gaming betting industry thanks to the presence of several retail betting options and a decent number of online casinos. The number of online casinos in the state just grew bigger thanks to the recent launch of the BetAmerica’s online sports betting platform.

BetAmerica’s online betting platform officially went live on January 28 – this was a soft-launch that was meant to give the state gaming regulator the opportunity to evaluate the casino and it lasted two days. The full launch of the casino was projected for January 30 and so far, that plan is going quite well.

BetAmerica Casino online is property and operation of renowned gaming and hospitality operator Churchill Downs Inc. The new offering is a great leap forward for the company as it adds on the company’s already robust retail sports betting offering known as the BetAmerica Sportsbook. The retail gaming option officially went live in August at the operator’s Erie-based Presque Isle Downs & Casino.

“We’re thrilled to offer the sports betting players in Pennsylvania a new platform to place bets on a broad range of sports events,” BetAmerica President Ian Williams commented during the launch.

Its online sportsbook offers bettors a number of amazing features including in-game betting, cashouts, as well as super odds boosts. With the high demand for great online sports betting offerings in the state, these BetAmerica Sportsbook online features are certainly going to be a huge draw to customers.

More Than Just Sports Betting

Unsurprisingly, the BetAmerica brand had its sights set on more than just the Keystone State’s sports betting sector. The just-unveiled online gambling platform also offers a lot more in terms of casino games. As such, online casino game enthusiasts can look forward to over 40 slot titles, a total of four roulette titles as a blackjack game. This is a rather modest start but there are plans to puff up the game offering in the feature.

Accessing these games is super simple for legal gamblers since the online casino has been integrated with the sportsbook at pa.betamerica.com. So long as you have an internet connection and a browser, you will be able to enjoy the offerings on the site. This applies to both computers and mobile devices.

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