Even if Wynn Resorts presence is falling short the sports betting realm to date, frankly they have earned a reputable global stature in the gaming world, which helped lead to a partnership with BetBull, who is known for their savvy sports betting app for both Google’s Android and Apple’s iOS.
When compared to their US rivals, such as Penn National Gaming, Caesars Entertainment and MGM Resorts, who run legal online casinos, Wynn stands out from various others for exuding enthusiasm behind initiating alliances within states that actively practice sports betting laws.
BetBull’s agreement with Wynn is perceived as a “strategic partnership.” Wynn Resorts are domestically established, and it would be wise to partner with a brand advantageous to digital sports betting operations and privy technology-wise such as Europe’s BetBull Limited. The official press release indicates that the deal comprises of Wynn accepting 22.5 percent stake in BetBull.
Presently operating out of both the UK and Malta, BetBull Limited’s inception was conceived by entrepreneur Sadok Kohen in 2015, and it has many other various features that uniquely set itself apart in the sports betting industry. The company’s betting app is practiced through Apple and Android platforms.
The company’s platform element is structured with a social/community module, characterized by the accessibility of bettors to exchange chats, and furthermore, allow bettors to both post and receive wagering tips. The top players and tipsters are also logged chronologically on the site via an internal ranking system.
BetBull Limited is an international gateway to offering wagers across multiple globally-celebrated sports. It also performs a live cash-out ticketing system according to the company's official website.
The partnership anticipates a significant sports betting profile upgrade by Wynn. In a constantly developing space, Wynn sports betting is empowered by BetBull’s digital platform, giving them a playing field of offers. Meanwhile, the thriving sports betting market advances the amalgamation with its first entry point, particularly for BetBull.
Still, with the absence of US-based properties beyond Nevada at its disposal, Wynn’s Encore Boston Harbor becomes key, as the casino is scheduled to launch in 2019. There is an expectation that Massachusetts sports betting will happen sooner rather than later, as there is a bill in the pipeline for next year.