OpenBet facilitates Casino Arizona’s wagering launch

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Casino Arizona OpenBet

A fresh retail sportsbook offering has been unveiled within the Grand Canyon State, as Casino Arizona teams-up with OpenBet to launch its on property sports betting offering.

Under the terms of the agreement with the tribe Salt River Pima-Maricopa Indian Community, OpenBet has supplied Casino Arizona in Scottsdale and its sister property, Talking Stick Resort, with a range of retail sports betting solutions.

“Launching a new retail sportsbook is an extremely exciting move for our organisation,” commented Ramon Martinez, director of public relations at Casino Arizona and Talking Stick Resort. 

“Sports betting has grown to become a major form of entertainment and we wanted to complement our core offering to bring even more exciting opportunities for our customers. 

“When choosing a technology partner to power our sportsbook, OpenBet’s reputation was clear to see and we know that we’re in safe hands given its reliable and trusted solutions.”

Both aforementioned casinos will utilise self service betting terminals as well as a screen management system that presents content through an array of in-venue formats, from mini displays through to large video walls.

Furthermore, OpenBet is also providing its 24/7 managed trading services, full risk and liability management service powered by Don Best Sports. 

“We’re incredibly proud to have secured this partnership with Casino Arizona, with our robust and scalable retail products set to provide the operator with the best platform to enter the highly competitive sports betting arena,” noted Cathryn Lai, Chief Commercial Officer at OpenBet.

“This is undoubtedly an exciting time for Casino Arizona and its sister property Talking Stick Resort. With an unrivalled passion for sports betting entertainment, our team will utilise their extensive experience to deliver a smooth launch. 

“We’re looking forward to bringing quality and responsible sports betting opportunities to even more Arizonians later this year.” 

Author: Ava Harvey