Sporttrade Launches in Iowa via Wild Rose Casino & Hotel Partnership

Iowa just got a new sportsbook. Sporttrade went live this morning, marking the company’s third US launch. Sporttrade went live in Iowa via its partnership with Wild Rose Casino & Hotel in Clinton.

Alex Kane, Sporttrade Founder and CEO, said:

“Today we’re privileged to introduce the Sporttrade experience in Iowa. Sporttrade isn’t just any old sportsbook. We’re on a relentless mission to transform the way players think about sports betting. Sporttrade will be attractive for sports bettors who want a premium betting experience; higher limits, better prices, and concierge care. Thank you to the Iowa Racing and Gaming Commission, thank you to our players, and most of all, I want to thank the Sporttrade family of employees.”

Brian Diver, President of Wild Rose Entertainment, said: “We believe that our collaboration with Sporttrade represents the future of gaming, and we’re grateful for their latest innovation.”This partnership solidifies our commitment to providing our guests with cutting-edge entertainment and unmatched experiences. As we say at Wild Rose; You’d Rather Be Here.”

More: Iowa Sports Betting | Legal Sports Betting States | US Sports Betting Revenue Tracker

Sporttrade Iowa Available on iOS; Android to Come

Right now, Sporttrade is available as a native app for iOS users. You can download it from the App Store on your Apple device. Sporttrade said in its announcement that the Android app would be available to Iowans “later in 2024.”

Sporttrade’s Ongoing Expansion

Iowa is the third US state where Sporttrade is live. The Philadelphia company first went live in New Jersey with its sportsbook in 2022. The company later expanded westward, going live in Colorado during Aug. 2023.


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