WynnBET took the midwest by storm on the weekend. The bookmaker launched its online and mobile sports betting operation in Michigan. That was followed by an announcement from WynnBET that the company had gained market access to the state of Ohio.
Though the Buckeye State has yet to legalize sports betting, there appears to be an appetite for it to be done on both sides of the political aisle. Hope is that if lawmakers can finalize a sports betting bill before spring, that Ohio would be able to launch sports betting prior to the end of 2021.
WynnBET’s status in Ohio is still subject to license eligibility and availability, legalization, and regulatory approvals. Ohio would be the eighth state that WynnBET would be positioned to access. Along with Michigan, the company is already operating in Colorado and New Jersey. Besides Ohio, WynnBET has secured market access in Indiana, Iowa, Massachusetts, Nevada; and has submitted for licensure in Tennessee and Virginia.
Seeking to fast-track the approval process, WynnBET reports that the company is in discussions with another dozen states that are considering the legalization of sports betting.
Click on the WynnBET web page and the first thing that pops up are links to download the WynnBET mobile app for both iOS and Android devices. OHIO COMING SOON.
Wynnbet Ohio Signup Bonus
Sign up at WynnBET, deposit funds to your account and place an initial wager of at least $20 and you’ll be eligible for WynnSports risk-free first bet worth up to $500.
If that first bet fails to come in, WynnBET refunds the amount in the form of site credits that are valued up to a maximum amount of $500.
WynnBET app offers boosted odds on parlay wagers, which is not a common option at online sportsbooks. The same should be expected in Ohio.
They’re currently inviting all new and existing customers who place a qualifying sports wager or qualifying casino wager to enter into their Big Game Experience promotion on the Super Bowl.
The grand prize for this contest is a three-night stay for four people at Wynn Las Vegas. There’s also a single $50,000 complimentary wager at Wynn Las Vegas Race & Sports for the Super Bowl on either the point spread on the outcome or the total points scored for the entire game.
Ohio is a sports-rich state, so finding betting markets at WynnBET won’t be an issue. Pro teams in the state include the NFL’s Cincinnati Bengals and Cleveland Browns of the NFL, MLB’s Cincinnati Reds and Cleveland Indians, the NBA’s Cleveland Cavaliers, the NHL’s Columbus Blue Jackets and the Columbus Crew of MLS. College sports fans will have the option of wagering on several schools, including the powerhouse Ohio State Buckeyes football program.
WynnBET also offers action on golf, tennis, European soccer, auto racing, Aussie Rules, rugby, cricket and softball. They are the official sports betting partner of NASCAR.
WynnBET partnered with European sports betting company BetBull to provide the company with its online and mobile betting platforms.
They offer all the standardized straight bets such as moneylines, point spreads and totals, as well as props, futures, parlays and teasers. There’s also live betting and boosted odds offered.
Credit and debit cards that work for deposit at WynnBET are Visa, Mastercard, Bank of America, Capital One, JP Morgan Chase, Union Bank, Huntington Bank, Santander and most prepaid cards. Also approved for banking needs are PayPal, the Play+ card, VIP Preferred ACH e-check and cash at the cage at any of their casino partners.
To make a withdrawal, options include PayPal, the Play+ card, VIP Preferred ACH e-check, check by mail and cash at the cage at any of their casino partners.