Bet.Works technology powers TheScore Bet launch in Indiana

17 September 2020
(PRESS RELEASE) -- Bet.Works, the leading U.S. sports betting and iGaming supplier, has utilized its sportsbook platform technology to power the Indiana launch of theScore Bet, the award-winning mobile sportsbook by Score Digital Sports Ventures Inc., a wholly-owned subsidiary of Score Media and Gaming Inc. TheScore Bet, which utilizes sportsbook technology supplied by Bet.Works, is now live and accepting wagers in Indiana as it continues its multi-state roll-out.
David Wang, Bet.Works Chief Executive Officer, said: “theScore and Bet.Works have achieved another significant step forward with this deployment, which launches our cutting-edge sportsbook technology in Indiana. John Levy continues to guide his team through flawless execution of fusing sports media with gaming, creating a truly differentiated experience for sports fans that sets theScore apart from its competitors. Bet.Works looks forward to supporting theScore as they continue to grow their presence as a leader in North American sports media and gaming.”
John Levy, Founder and CEO of theScore, said: “Indiana is the second new state for theScore Bet in just a matter of weeks, following our Colorado launch. David and his team have provided outstanding support around these two these new launches as we deliver a best-in-class mobile sports betting experience, fueled by cutting-edge technology, to a whole new set of passionate sports fans.”
Bet.Works has been theScore Bet’s sportsbook technology platform partner since 2018, when theScore announced its intent to enter the newly regulated and fast-growing U.S. sports betting market. During this time, Bet.Works has provided an array of resources, including a customer service call center, compliance support, risk and trading services and a scalable architecture with a full suite of API’s that allows Bet.Works to streamline speed-to-market for theScore as it continues its multi-state expansion.
theScore Bet secured market access to offer mobile sports betting in Indiana via its previously announced multi-state market access framework agreement with Penn National Gaming.