Bet365’s expansion continues at lightning speed, now venturing into Arizona, merely days after their Indiana debut in collaboration with French Lick Casino. With Arizona’s inclusion, Bet365 operates in a total of nine states, following its recent entry into Louisiana. The sportsbook’s presence spans across the United States, encompassing Colorado, Iowa, Kentucky, New Jersey, Ohio, and Virginia.
In their Arizona expansion, Bet365 has joined forces with the Ak-Chin Indian Community, cementing their position as the 17th operator in the state. The timing couldn’t be more impeccable, coinciding with the eagerly anticipated Super Bowl weekend.
Bet365 Sportsbook Now Accessible in Arizona
Eligible Arizona players (21 and older) can take their pick from two enticing welcome offers:
- “First bet safety net,” which boasts $2,000 in bonus bets. In the unfortunate event of a losing bet, players receive a refund in Bonus Bets.
- A second bonus offers $150 in bonus bets for a mere $5 wager. To avail of these bonuses, players need to establish an account and make a minimum deposit of $10.
Bet365’s sportsbook app is brimming with advantages, including same-game parlays, cashouts, and the ability to edit bets. Additionally, players can relish in bet boosts, super boosts, and same-game parlay profit boosts, applicable to various sports and leagues, including the Super Bowl.
Bet365 Takes the Stage in Arizona’s Sports Betting Market
Bet365’s arrival in Arizona places them among the industry giants like DraftKings and FanDuel, securing their status as one of the state’s most sought-after and successful sportsbooks. Arizona’s landscape also features well-known names such as Bally’s, BetMGM, Caesars, and others.
The state has witnessed several sportsbooks exiting its market, including WynnBet. With the provision of up to 20 wagering licenses permitted under HB 2772, Arizona bettors may soon see new operators stepping in to fill these openings.
The Arizona Department of Gaming (ADG) is gearing up to begin accepting applications for event wagering licenses later this month. The application window for these licenses opens on February 16th and will remain accessible until March 4th.
ADG will consider applications for “one event wagering license reserved for Arizona Tribes.” Furthermore, there will be at least one professional sports franchise license up for grabs, promising exciting developments in Arizona’s sports betting landscape.