Early registration for sports betting in Arizona has been a resounding success.

Early Registration for Sports Betting in Arizona is a Hit

Multiple sportsbook operators in Arizona, such as WynnBET and Caesars, experienced a successful start to early registration for sports betting over the weekend.

Both companies’ representatives told yengols.com on Monday that customers responded positively to the early registration promotions offered by Arizona sports betting apps, indicating a new era in betting in the Grand Canyon State.

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According to a spokesperson from WynnBET, the feedback has been overwhelmingly positive and they intend to release another update later this week.

In Las Vegas, the operator is providing a unique early registration offer to bettors that features the exclusive “Wynn Field Club Experience.” This deal includes a two-night accommodation in four rooms at the Wynn Las Vegas for a maximum of eight guests, as well as complimentary entry to the Wynn Field Club located at Allegiant Stadium, home of the Las Vegas Raiders.

Additionally, the company’s sweepstakes include a $2,000 credit for use at Wynn Las Vegas and roundtrip airfare of up to $500 per person, as confirmed by the company’s spokesperson.

Individuals who register for WynnBET’s go-casino before Arizona’s sports betting launch on September 9th will get a $200 free bet and a risk-free bet of up to $1,000.

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Caesars Success

On Monday, a representative from Caesars told yengols.com that there is considerable interest in the company’s sportsbook operation.

The spokesperson stated that early registration with the operator includes a $5,000 risk-free bet and a $100 free bet if completed before Sept. 9. Furthermore, customers have the opportunity to receive an NFL jersey by placing a $100 bet on any NFL game between Sept. 9-30.

In a press release, Mitchell Marier, a spokesperson for the company, announced that the exclusive download go-casinos, made available for a limited time, were specifically crafted for the local customer base and Arizona sports enthusiasts. This underscores Caesars’ dedication to putting the customer experience first.

Arizona bettors have until September 9th to sign up for Caesars’ new go-casino, where they can receive a $1 free bet for every point or run scored by an Arizona team.

The promotion offers discounted tickets for the Arizona Diamondbacks’ games against the Seattle Mariners from September 10-12, as well as for Arizona State University’s football game against UNLV and the University of Arizona’s football game against San Diego State on September 11. Furthermore, the deal also includes discounted tickets for the Arizona Cardinals’ season opener against the Tennessee Titans on September 12.

Other operators provide early registration bonuses to casino players.

  • Register early with DraftKings Arizona to receive a 20% first-deposit match up to $1,000 and up to $150 in free bets if you sign up before Sept. 9. Both offers can be redeemed at the same time.
  • BetMGM Arizona is providing up to $1,000 in risk-free bets and $200 in free bets for Arizona residents who sign up early. Please note that customers cannot utilize both casino options at the same time.
  • Register in advance for FanDuel Arizona’s go-casino and get $1,000 in risk-free bets plus $100 in site credit. You can take advantage of both offers for maximum benefits.

Looking Forward

The Arizona Department of Gaming has effectively distributed 18 sports betting operator licenses in Arizona, with eight going to professional sports teams and 10 to Arizona tribes. This demonstrates that the implementation of sports betting in the state is on track and moving forward as intended.

Maxwell Hartgraves, the Department Public Information Officer, confirmed to yengols.com that there are no plans to distribute additional licenses at this time.

Hartgraves has scheduled the department’s final meeting with operators for Wednesday from 9:30-10:30 a.m. This will be the last chance for feedback on the process before the official launch of sports betting on Sept. 9.

After receiving approval from the department, 18 mobile and retail sportsbook operators will commence operations, ushering in a new era of sports betting in the American Southwest.

The launch is set for September 9, perfectly timed for Arizona NFL betting season. It is expected that betting on the Arizona Cardinals will drive substantial wagering in the state.

Two lawsuits have been filed in an effort to delay the commencement of sports betting in Arizona, prompting emergency hearings set for Friday.



Peterson Christopher

Peterson Christopher has spent over seven years reporting on sports and sports betting in Arizona for ArizonaSports.com, the Tucson Weekly, and the Green Valley News. He has now taken on the role of lead writer at yengols.com.

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