Bet365 announced it is now live in Arizona, only a few days after the operator launched in Indiana on Jan. 30 through a partnership with French Lick Casino.
The Arizona sports betting market marks the US sportsbook’s 9th state of operation. It is the company’s third state in the last three months, as bet365 entered Louisiana in November.
The other US sports betting markets include Colorado, Iowa, Kentucky, New Jersey, Ohio and Virginia.
To enter Arizona, bet365 partnered with the Ak-Chin Indian Community, launching in the Grand Canyon State as the 17th operator. The timing for the launch couldn’t be better, with the Super Bowl scheduled to commence this weekend.
Bet365 Sportsbook available for download in Arizona
Bet365 announced its presence in Arizona via X:
Like in other states, bet365 is offering eligible players (21+) in Arizona to choose one of the two welcome offers:
- The “First bet safety net” includes $2,000 in bonus bets. If the bet loses, players will have their wager refunded in Bonus Bets
- The second bonus allows players to get $150 in bonus bets for wagering $5
In both cases, players must set up an account and deposit a minimum of $10 to receive the bonus.
Bet365 sportsbook app comes with numerous advantages, like a same-game parlay, cash out, and edit bets. Players can also enjoy bet boosts, super boosts, and same-game parlay profit boosts on various sports and leagues, including the Super Bowl.
Bet365 enters Arizona sports betting market as the 17th operator
Bet365 Arizona joins big players like DraftKings and FanDuel as one of the state’s most popular and successful sportsbooks. Arizona is also home to Bally’s, BetMGM, Caesars, and other renowned sportsbooks.
The state witnessed several sportsbooks leave its market, including WynnBet. Since HB 2772 allows up to 20 wagering licenses, Arizona players could see the state adding new operators to fill those blanks.
The Arizona Department of Gaming (ADG) is getting ready to start accepting applications for event wagering licenses later this month. The application window for event wagering licenses will open on Feb. 16 and run through Mar. 4.
The ADG will accept applications for “one event wagering license reserved for Arizona Tribes.” There will also be no less than one professional sports franchise license available.
Bet365 secured a sports betting license from the ADG in August 2023.