theScore Bet Joins Indiana Sportsbooks

  • theScore Bet app will now be available under Indiana sportsbook offerings.
  • Indiana has granted theScore a temporary license.
  • Launch is expected by the end of Fall 2020, once the regulatory process is complete.

The Indiana Gaming Commission has welcomed theScore and their sports betting app theScore Bet to join their sportsbook offerings under a temporary vendor license.

There is still a process which theScore will have to undergo before they can attain a permanent license by the IGC. If all things go to plan, theScore Bet in Indiana should be offering sports betting to players in the state by the launch of the NFL season.

theScore Bet in Indiana

All things considered, theScore Bet is late to the game compared to some other sports betting options and applications. They are just the most recent to enter the sports betting climate in Indiana. Their partnership with Penn National Gaming was a huge step toward becoming one of the nations top sports betting providers.

John Levy, Founder, and CEO of theScore, was positive when speaking about his partnership with Penn National Gaming:

“We are thrilled that Penn National believes in, and has invested in, our vision of an integrated approach to media and sports betting and we can’t wait to unveil the best-in-class mobile betting experience that we’ve been building for sports fans.”

Penn National Gaming and theScore have come to terms on a 20-year deal that will only cover 11 states. Their overall goal will be improving recognition of their brand in a sports betting atmosphere that boasts some historic companies.

Considering there aren’t many sports available for viewing at the moment anyway, theScore’s aims to launch seem to have optimal timing. Considering the processing time for their permanent license, they should be up and active when leagues return.

Available Sportsbooks in Indiana

Indiana has seen the value in a thriving sports betting industry and theScore Bet finally gets the chance to join. theScore Bet will be joining some of the top sportsbooks not only in Indiana but across the nation!

Of the available sportsbooks in Indiana, DraftKings, FanDuel, and BetRivers are some of the top and most popular in the state.

In October of 2019, Indiana announced a $4.2 million revenue from sports betting alone. Those top three sportsbooks accounted for more than half of that revenue.

theScore Bet is eager to join the sports betting industry in Indiana on a permanent basis. One thing is for sure, the Hoosier State loves its sports and theScore Bet is looking to provide even more access to players!

Indiana Sports FAQS

When was sports betting in Indiana made legal?

Sports betting was made legal in the Hoosier State on September 1st, 2019. Just a month later, online sports betting was made legal in the state.

What are the most popular sports in Indiana?

Indiana is known as a basketball state, owing to the success of NCAA standouts the Indiana Hoosiers, and the NBA’s Indiana Pacers. They are also massive football fans due to the rich history of the Indianapolis Colts.

How do you legally bet on sports in Indiana?

You must reside in the state and be 21 years of age in order to bet. There is no wagering on esports or amateur athletes under the age of 18.

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