INDIANAPOLIS (AP) Sports betting is ready to go legally online in Indiana on Thursday, a little more than a month after the states casinos started taking game wagers.
Chicago-based Rush Street Interactive and Boston-based DraftKings both say they are set to launch the states first mobile sports wagering apps after receiving approval from the Indiana Gaming Commission. DraftKings is partnering with the Ameristar Casino in East Chicago and Rush Street with the French Lick Resort casino.
In-person sports betting began during September at 10 of Indianas 13 state-regulated casinos and all three off-track betting parlors in the state. All Indiana casino operators are planning mobile betting apps, but no others have yet announced launch dates.
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