MaximBet is the latest sportsbook operator to drive a foray into Arizona’s burgeoning gambling market. The operator hopes to gain entry as the state proves one of the biggest markets in the US.
MaximBet Finds a Trusted Partner in Arizona
Carousel Group brand MaximBet has revealed plans to partner with the White Mountain Apache Tribe as the race for the limited sports betting licenses continues in Arizona. Newly regulated, the sports gambling industry in the state is poised to launch soon while operators and affiliates are scrambling to bite a piece out of the market.
Both the White Mountain Apache Tribe and MaximBet have applied to secure a license from the Arizona Department of Gaming. Should both entities succeed, MaximBet should be setting shop in the state before long.
The company is launching in Colorado as well as Indiana, Iowa and New Jersey, where it’s still awaiting regulatory approvals before it can proceed with offering sports betting fixtures. “We are thrilled to partner with the White Mountain Apache Tribe to bring MaximBet and the renowned Maxim lifestyle experience to Arizona,” commented Daniel Graetzer.
A Lucrative Market for Sports Gambling
Graetzer is also confident that MaximBet’s offer will resonate with Arizona sports fans and gamblers who are looking for a great mobile app, a world-class customer experience, and many events to wager on.
Meanwhile, White Mountain Apache Tribe’s Hon-Dah Resort-Casino general manager Brent Kurth welcomes the opportunity to be teaming up with MaximBet. “This partnership will unlock a very important new revenue stream and is critical to the economic future of the tribe and its 17,000 members,” Kurth added.
MaximBet will tailor its products to the needs of brand new and experienced sports bettors who are keen on improving their knowledge of the segment and enjoy by placing a wager in a fair online environment. Arizona may also be considering increasing the number of available licenses because of the interest in the segment.
Earlier this week, Betfred Sports gained access to the market through a partnership with the Fort McDowell Yavapai Nation. With seven million residents, Arizona is one of the most worthwhile choices when it comes to setting up a sports gambling business.