It’s official: mobile sports betting is launching in Maryland next week!
Maryland Lottery officials announced Thursday that mobile wagering will launch Wednesday, Nov. 23.
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Three entities awarded licenses Wednesday by the Sports Wagering Application Review Commission, also known as SWARC, said they won’t be ready for the Wednesday launch. Those are:
- Greenmount OTB LLC
- Long Shot’s LLC
- Maryland Stadium Sub LLC (Washington Commanders)
However, the remaining seven entities must successfully complete all operational requirements, including a controlled demonstration, within the next several days to be able to launch next Wednesday.
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- Arundel Amusements (Bingo World)
- BetMGM Maryland Sports LLC
- Crown MD Online Gaming LLC (DraftKings)
- CZR Maryland Mobile Opportunity LLC (Horseshoe Casino Baltimore)
- PENN Maryland OSB LLC (Hollywood Casino Perryville)
- PPE Maryland Mobile LLC (Live! Casino and Hotel)
- Riverboat on the Potomac LLC
In addition, those who are not ready by next Wednesday will be given clearance to launch as soon as they have met all the requirements.
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