WynnBET’s application for a license to operate as an interactive gaming operator was granted by the Pennsylvania Gaming Control Board at their monthly meeting last Wednesday.
WynnBET Casino backers in the state have been waiting since October 2021, when the company originally submitted its iGaming application for an online gaming license. With this green light in hand, WynnBET Casino PA will soon be available to Pennsylvania gamblers as yet another fantastic online gaming alternative.
As disappointing as it may be for sports lovers, it looks like the fast-rising WynnBET Sportsbook will not be opening in Pennsylvania any time soon. That is because, according to the PGCB’s most recent sports betting status report, the operator is still not among the applicants.
Lots to Look Forward To
Despite the uncertainty surrounding the WynnBET sportsbook, news of the online casino’s imminent arrival in the state is sure to generate enthusiasm. With the state’s online casino industry being so competitive, WynnBET will likely include some highly attractive promotions for its launch.
Downloading the WynnBET casino app for iOS and Android devices is now available to those living in the state of New Jersey. There’s a good chance of the same in Pennsylvania. After downloading the mobile app or visiting the desktop version of the online casino, players can count on the same intuitive experience they have come to expect from leading iGaming operators.
WynnBET’s numerous strengths include the extensive variety of games it provides. Considering the plethora of alternative entertainment options in Pennsylvania, it should hold its own against the local competition. Video poker, live dealer games, online blackjack, online craps, jackpot slots, Megaways slots, classic slots, online baccarat, and online roulette are just some of the games that will be available on the app.
Beyond the Keystone State, WynnBet has made significant progress by securing licenses in many other key markets throughout the United States.
To begin, WynnBET was the first online sports betting provider to get approval from the Massachusetts Gaming Commission. After deliberating for close to seven hours, the board unanimously decided to grant the company’s proposal. The MGC hopes to have digital systems up and running in Massachusetts by “early March,” well before the start of the NCAA men’s basketball tournament, but no firm date has been determined yet.
In a related development, two mobile sports betting licenses were granted by the Maryland Sports Wagering Application Review Commission on the same day. WynnBET was one of them. Despite not having received final approval to go online, WynnBET was able to take a significant step toward its Maryland debut.