Bet365 Set to Join European Contingent in U.S. Sports Betting Market
Another European online sports gambling company, bet365, is currently trying to join William Hill and Paddy Power Betfair/FanDuel in what’s becoming a New Jersey sports.
According to a letter printed on the New Jersey Division of Gaming Enforcement site, the newly opened Hard Rock with an estimated 23 million customers worldwide, in bet365 and Atlantic City, are currently seeking to provide sports gambling from the New Jersey resort city. The company, with headquarters at Stoke-on-Trent in England, would function as both betting-platform supplier and risk manager.
The correspondence suggests two parties signed a letter of intent on June 19 neither issue has commented about the deal. State officials signed off in late June on a portion of the partnership, while bet365 functions to obtain its license to work in New 36, but the temporary approval is valid until July 31.