Delaware North casinos have suspended their sports betting operations for the time being because of a “contract dispute” with a technology supplier.

Wheeling Island and Mardi Gras casinos, both run by Delaware North have temporarily suspended their offering. These are the only casinos providing online and mobile sports betting in West Virginia, the casinos’ owner explained its technology platform provider (Miomni Gaming) “encountered a contract dispute with a third-party technology supplier,” which forced them to suspend their operations.

The casino owner apologised for taking such a decision but clarified that they would be “honoring and redeeming all resulted bets and are working to determine a timeframe to restoration.”

It still remains unknown what type of legal issue has forced Miomni and Delaware North to decide to suspend taking sports wagers.

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