In the United States, and the subsidiary of PointsBet USA, the Australian online betting operator PointsBet Holdings Proprietary Limited, have announced the signing of a strategic partnership that could soon lead to its launch in eastern Maryland.

The New York-based company said in an official press release that its ten-year alliance with The Riverboat in the Potomac sports betting field will enable it to start providing services to sports betting enthusiasts at The Old Line State. with a range of retail and online entertainment subject to "regulatory approvals" from the Maryland State Lottery and Gaming Control Agency.

Advantages of the contract:

PointsBet USA described The river in the Potomac as '

licensed facility for simultaneous satellite broadcasting for horse racing and small minority businesses ”Which he established 28 years ago in the South Charles County . He stated that the new alliance would also allow him to "bring its best proprietary technology on the market, modernized premium brand mentality ”To Maryland after sports betting was legalized by the state earlier this year.

Punter pitch:

Johnny Aitken serves as CEO of PointsBet USA and used the press release to announce that he is " delighted"That he signed an agreement with" wonderful partners "At The Riverboat on Potomac, and now intends to begin the process of bringing its business into a mobile-friendly service for" Maryland community full of passion and love for sport ”. It further declared that this offer, which is now available to players in New Jersey, Iowa, Colorado, Indiana, Michigan and Illinois, is intended to include " the fastest and most diverse sports betting product at any customer touchpoint”Covering a range of markets in some of America's most popular sports.

Read the statement from Aitken ...

"We look forward to the quick and responsible introduction of sports players to the newly legalized competitive advantage we have in having our end-to-end technology such as market-leading ease of use and the deepest list of betting options available in the world. ”

Great praise:

For its part, and Winston DeLattiboudere of The Riverboat on the Potomac ruled that his outpost, which was once colloquially known as'Little Reno', this 'excited about this new venture"And a chance to cooperate with"an international leader"Which is moreover" recently he proved to be a pioneer in the industry. " In addition, he expressed his gratitude to the members

Of the Maryland General Assembly for the recent enactment of laws that " helped to make this great opportunity a reality. "

DeLattiboudere's statement was ...

“We are proud to be working with the giant who understands and believes in the value of integration in every aspect of the industry , from owners to stakes. We look forward to a future of phenomenal success not only for our partners but also for the people of Maryland and their communities. ”