WynnBet rolls out multi-state app in six new states

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WynnBet has confirmed that its multi-state platform has rolled out in six new US states, migrating from its original single-state app. 

Following the migration to the multi-state platform, WynnBet players in Arizona, Colorado, Indiana, Louisiana, Tennessee, and Virginia will be prompted to download the new app using their current login credentials. 

Wynn has told players in all six states that all existing bets, funds and Wynn Rewards points will be automatically transferred to their new accounts when they download the new platform. 

“We are thrilled to introduce the new WynnBET app with enhanced sportsbook technology to six more markets, which continues our commitment to offer players a five-star experience in each of the states we operate in,” Wynn Sports Interactive President Ian Williams said. 

“We would like to thank state regulators for their timely review of our new platform as well as the many WynnBET team members and partners involved in this project for their diligent work in finalizing this significant task in a short amount of time.”

The digital unit of Wynn Resorts noted that the new multi-state platform allows players to make faster deposits and withdrawals, as well as use features such as a traveling wallet and a single login across all states. 

Wynn previously released the new platform in Massachusetts and West Virginia earlier this year meaning those players in the jurisdictions can bet on their account in any of the new states.

Moreover, Wynn will seek to release the multi-state product in both New York and New Jersey “in the coming weeks”, while plans for migration in Michigan will be released at a later date.