A New Online Sports Betting, Casino & Poker Experience.
Finally you can play all 3 outside of Vegas… Online.*
We crafted the ultimate iGaming site infusing prominent lifestyle brands into a mobile-focused platform that captures the millennial demographic.
The floodgates for expanded legal sports betting opened in May of 2018 courtesy of the United States Supreme Court (PASPA).
Nevada, New Jersey, Pennsylvania, West Virginia, Rhode Island, Delaware, Mississippi, New Mexico,
Bills have recently passed for the following states; New York, Iowa, Indiana, Arkansas, Montana, DC
We are first movers into the USA Sports Betting market to leverage a partnership with one of the most recognized lifestyle brands on social media – stay tuned 🙂
As the State of New Jersey continues to break revenue records month-over-month, neighbouring states are taking notice and feelin’ that Fear-Of-Missing-Out setting in.
Major sports leagues are backing the legalization of sports betting across the nation including the NBA and NHL.
We have partnered with Amelco Technology to be our operating platform. Amelco has received a software provider license in the state of New Jersey, and are in progress for a state software license in Illinois, Iowa and Pennsylvania.
We received a Curacao license for operating iGaming (sportsbook, online casino, online poker) sites in International Markets.
“Sports gaming is going to be legal across the United States. There is no reason to keep it illegal, when our neighboring states are already moving to legalize.”
“In terms of creating more interest and opportunities for states, for the federal government, for casinos … and for sports leagues, legal sports betting could create a fair amount of opportunity if it’s done right.”
New Jersey generated over $39 million in revenue for online casino and poker in March 2019, a record for the state by more than $5 million. That’s not a typo!
Online gambling’s growth appears to be hypercharged by the growth ( and presence) of NJ sports betting, allowing companies to cross-sell sports bettors to casino games. Just over a year ago, revenue was almost half of what it is now; NJ online sports betting only just launched in August 2018
Total revenue generated from online casino and poker – March 2019:
Millennial demographics prefers to watch sports at home while betting on sports through their phones, rather than physically entering casino floors.
Today, the U.S. market does not offer any sportsbook specifically tailored to capture the recreational/beginner millennial sports bettor and/or online casino player.
As each state begins to legalize sports betting, land-based casinos will be seeking digital partnerships to offer their customers the ability to bet online.