Gila River Hotels & Casinos establishes relationship with BetMGM for online sports betting

BetMGM announced Aug. 9 partnerships with Gila River Hotels & Casinos and the Arizona Cardinals for retail and online sports betting, establishing its first relationships in the state of Arizona, according to a news release from Gila River Hotels & Casinos. (Courtesy Gila River Hotels & Casinos)
BetMGM announced Aug. 9 partnerships with Gila River Hotels & Casinos and the Arizona Cardinals for retail and online sports betting, establishing its first relationships in the state of Arizona, according to a news release from Gila River Hotels & Casinos. (Courtesy Gila River Hotels & Casinos)

BetMGM announced Aug. 9 partnerships with Gila River Hotels & Casinos and the Arizona Cardinals for retail and online sports betting, establishing its first relationships in the state of Arizona, according to a news release from Gila River Hotels & Casinos. (Courtesy Gila River Hotels & Casinos)

BetMGM announced Aug. 9 partnerships with Gila River Hotels & Casinos and the Arizona Cardinals for retail and online sports betting, establishing its first relationships in the state of Arizona, according to a news release from Gila River Hotels & Casinos. BetMGM plans to bring its industry-leading platform online once legalized sports betting launches in Arizona, according to the release. The company also plans to open retail sportsbooks at the three Arizona Gila River properties and at State Farm Stadium, according to the release

“Arizona sports fans are extremely passionate, and we’re confident they’ll enjoy the BetMGM experience,” BetMGM CEO Adam Greenblatt said in a statement. “Gila River Hotels & Casinos and the Arizona Cardinals represent the state’s premier casino destinations and sports franchise, making them the ideal partners for us.”


BetMGM plans to open a BetMGM Sportsbook at State Farm Stadium, with a targeted opening in time for the 2022 NFL season, according to the release.


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