Score Media and Gaming has confirmed that it has gone live in Indiana with theScore Bet app, building on its expansion across regulated markets.
theScore Bet is now live in three states, having recently launched in Colorado and debuting last year in New Jersey.
“This launch comes just weeks after we introduced theScore Bet to fans in Colorado, a huge testament to the best-in-class technology, multi-state infrastructure, and product development team supporting our ongoing expansion,” said John Levy, Founder and CEO of theScore.
“Indiana is the first state we’ve launched in under our multi-state market access agreement with Penn National Gaming and we’re excited to showcase our incredible and unique combination of media and gaming to this passionate fan base.”
theScore Bet secured market access to offer mobile sports betting in Indiana via a previously announced multi-state market access framework agreement with Penn National Gaming.
The launch will be powered by Bet.Works’ sportsbook platform technology after Bet.Work was named theScore’s sportsbook technology platform partner in 2018.
Bet.Works will provide an array of resources, including a customer service call center, compliance support, risk and trading services and a scalable architecture with a full suite of API’s.
David Wang, Bet.Works Chief Executive Officer, said: “theScore and Bet.Works have achieved another significant step forward with this deployment, which launches our cutting-edge sportsbook technology in Indiana.
“John Levy continues to guide his team through flawless execution of fusing sports media with gaming, creating a truly differentiated experience for sports fans that sets theScore apart from its competitors. Bet.Works looks forward to supporting theScore as they continue to grow their presence as a leader in North American sports media and gaming.”
Levy added: “David and his team have provided outstanding support around these two these new launches as we deliver a best-in-class mobile sports betting experience, fueled by cutting-edge technology, to a whole new set of passionate sports fans.”