PointsBet Launches West Virginia Sports Betting App

PointsBet is continuing its growth in the US. Today, the company launched its West Virginia sports betting platform.

West Virginia is the seventh state in which PointsBet has launched its sports betting platform. The sportsbook is also live in:

“Launching in West Virginia is a special moment for PointsBet and presents another tremendous opportunity we are excited to attack,” commented Johnny Aitken, PointsBet USA CEO. “As always, PointsBet will provide this passionate, sports-loving community with the fastest and most reliable online sports betting product across every customer touchpoint. We are thrilled to now introduce West Virginian sports bettors to PointsBet’s competitive advantages in owning our technology end-to-end, such as our unrivaled speed and ease of use as well as the deepest slate of betting options in the world for every NFL, NBA, MLB, NHL, WNBA, and PGA TOUR contest.”

PointsBet West Virginia Sign-Up Offer

In celebration of the launch in West Virginia, PointsBet is giving users a special sign-up offer. Within an hour of creating a PointsBet account, all new sports bettors will receive a $20 free bet. The catch? There actually isn’t one. No deposit or bet placement is required for the bonus.

In addition, PointsBet users will be able to take advantage of the “Take Me Home” booster. The booster offers +100 odds on any MLB team to score just one run on Sunday, August 15.

More To Come From PointsBet

Sports betting may be live, but PointsBet doesn’t plan to stop there in West Virginia. In the announcement of its WV launch, the company also said it plans to launch its online casino product in West Virginia in the “near future.”

No word yet on how “near” that future is, but West Virginia players can look forward to a new online casino option soon.

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