launch day if There’s one more organization that wants to open a sportsbook in Ohio. According to reliable sources, the Cincinnati Bengals became the first professional football team to apply for an Ohio sportsbook license.
Last week, the Ohio Casino Control Commission received three more sportsbook license applications, including the one from the Bengals. However, the commission didn’t disclose Bengal’s sportsbook software partner. The other applicants last Friday were Fanatics and FanDuel.
The July 15 cutoff time for applications to guarantee a sportsbook can go live on launch day in Ohio is near. Permit candidates don’t have to apply by July 15 to be qualified for a permit. However, they wouldn’t be guaranteed to be able to launch on launch day if they missed the deadline.
Ohio Sportsbook License Application
Aside from the three applicants last Friday, the other sportsbooks filed for mobile sports betting licenses include JACK Entertainment, BetMGM, Hall of Fame Village, PointsBet, Penn National, and DraftKings Sportsbook.
The number of candidates rapidly increasing as the July 15 deadline nears. Ohio residents hope that they can enjoy sports wagering offers and rewards very soon. Under Ohio’s games wagering regulations, sportsbooks can start selecting clients and sending offers and rewards before their launch.
According to sportsbook pay per head solution experts, JACK Entertainment’s betJACK sportsbooks has jumped ahead of its competitors in Ohio. betJAck launched a free-to-play application that recreates their sportsbook. Through this free application, JACK is fostering a player database that they can focus on with their full compensation to-play sportsbook when it launches in the future.