WYNNBET AND MAXIMBET AMONG LATEST SPORTS BETTING LICENSE APPLICANTS
A further four operators have submitted applications for mobile management services licences in Ohio, with WynnBet and Maximbet among the brands seeking approval in the state. As confirmed by the Ohio Casino Control Commission (OCCC), the two operators, along with Digital Gaming Corporation – which has the rights to the Betway brand in the US – and Stake Trade, more commonly known as Prophet Exchange, have has put their names forward for a license
Meanwhile, Digital Gaming Corporation sent its application to the OCCC in partnership with Belterra Park, also referred to on the submission as PNK Ohio. Finally, Prophet Exchange applied alongside COLHOC Limited Partnership, the company behind Ohio-based National Hockey League franchise the Columbus Blue Jackets. The applications will join those already submitted to the OCCC, with Bet365 and Tipico also among the operators seeking a mobile management services licence.
Other brands to have contacted the OCCC about a licence include BetMGM, PointsBet, Rush Street Interactive Flutter Entertainment-owned Betfair Interactive, Betfred and Penn Sports Interactive. It is believed that all the license applicants will be awarded their respective licenses, but they must first meet up with the demands that come with obtaining the legal licenses to begin operations. Also, there is currently no reason as to why they should not be able to obtain the licenses they desire.