New Customer Offer
BetAmerica Sportsbook Launches Online in Indiana
31st December, 02:26LOUISVILLE, Ky., Dec. 30, 2019 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) -- Churchill Downs Incorporated (NASDAQ:CHDN) announced today the launch of its online BetAmerica Sportsbook in Indiana. The retail BetAmerica Sportsbook opened in November at Rising Star Casino Resort in Rising Sun, Indiana.
"We are excited to offer our online BetAmerica Sportsbook to sports betting fans throughout Indiana," said BetAmerica President Ian Williams. "Indiana sports enthusiasts can now enjoy placing bets, including in-game betting and super odds boosts, through the online BetAmerica Sportsbook."
Indiana residents can visit BetAmerica.com to place online bets on their favorite professional sports and teams as well as wager on collegiate sports and other major sporting events from around the world.
Additional information can be found at www.betamerica.com.
About Churchill Downs Incorporated
Churchill Downs Incorporated ("CDI") (NASDAQ:CHDN), headquartered in Louisville, Ky., is an industry-leading racing, online wagering and gaming entertainment company anchored by our iconic flagship event - The Kentucky Derby. We own and operate Derby City Gaming, a historical racing machine facility in Louisville. We also own and operate the largest online horseracing wagering platform in the U.S., TwinSpires.com, and are a leader in brick-and-mortar casino gaming with approximately 11,000 slot machines / video lottery terminals and 200 table games in eight states. We also operate sports wagering and iGaming through our BetAmerica platform in multiple states. Additional information about CDI can be found online at www.churchilldownsincorporated.com.
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