BetAmerica Sports Betting App Launches in IndianaIndiana is spreading its online sports betting market with the introductions of a new online wagering company.  According to PayPerHead websites, the BetAmerica Sports Betting App Launches in Indiana this to increase the Indiana online gambling market.

In addition, the BetAmerica Sportsbook is not a newcomer to the sports betting industry.  This is because it is under the umbrella of Churchill Downs Inc. which is the parent company of Churchill Downs. Thus, they have plenty of experience in the gambling business with racetracks and casino throughout the U.S.

The launch of the BetAmerica Sports Betting App makes it’s the fourth mobile betting service within Indiana.  However, the Indiana Gaming Commission expects to see more sports wagering mobile apps companies to operate in the state.

BetAmerica Sports Betting App Launches in Indiana – Details

According to Sportsbook Pay Per Head Industry News, the BetAmerica Sports wagering Apps contains several betting options. This is because bettors are now able to place bets on college and professional sports in Indiana.  In addition, the betting apps will also allow bettors to bet on major sporting events around the globe.

The President of BetAmerica, Ian Williams said he is very happy to be the fourth mobile sports betting operator in Indiana.  He said, “sports enthusiasts can now enjoy placing bets, including in-game betting super odds boosts, through the online BetAmerica Sportsbook”.

Sports Betting in Indiana became legal since May of 2019 and now boasts 14 sportsbooks within the state. However, mobile sports betting in Indiana did not become available until October of 2019.

BetAmerica is hoping they will be able to cash in on SuperBowl LIV which takes place on February 2, 2020. However, gambling analyst believe it will be tough for them to acquire a significant number of players by that date.

In general, the revenue from sports betting in Indiana is doing fairly well.  This is because according to the IGC stats, over $274 million in legal bets have been made in Indiana since September 2019.

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