- Legal States
Fiona Simmons September 7, 2022 2 min read
Hard Rock Sportsbook Launches Mobile App in Indiana and Tennessee
Hard Rock Sportsbook has gone right ahead and launched its mobile apps in Indiana and Tennessee, expanding the company’s reach in the vertical. This is part of the company’s grander expansion into the digital segment, which has been long on the mind of the tribal operator.
Two More States Go Digital with Hard Rock Sportsbook App
Besides, Hard Rock may feel pressed for time as the mass legalization of sports gambling all comes along with a mobile clause that enables companies to offer sports betting products online, which is by far the dominant form of sports wagering.
Har Rock Sportsbook will continue to be interested in in-person experiences at the same time as it pushes its online sports products to consumers. In Indiana, the company is present in the land-based market through the Hard Rock Casino Northern Indiana and the company’s property in Tennessee is represented by the Bristol Casino.
The Hard Rock Sportsbook also comes with excellent deposits and withdrawals, betting markets, and promotions, along with odds boosts and other perks that are now fully available to mobile users in the two states. There is also in-app streaming to help build stronger ties between individual sports bettors and a Mystery Wheel feature is currently available with bettors able to scoop up to $5,000 in free bets.
Hard Rock Digital CEO and executive managing director Marlon Goldstein welcomed the opportunity and the new launch:
We are excited to offer the legendary Hard Rock experience to our mobile sports betting players throughout Indiana and Tennessee.Hard Rock Digital CEO and executive managing director Marlon Goldstein
He argued that the Mystery Wheel feature is a unique touch that is only available to customers at Hard Rock Sportsbook. The mobile apps can be downloaded for both Android and iOS devices and are available to players who are over 21 years of age. The Hard Rock Sportsbook app is also available in other states, including Arizona and Virginia, New Jersey, and Iowa.