Bet.Works, the leading U.S. sports betting and iGaming supplier, has extended its sportsbook technology platform partnership with theScore Bet to a fourth state, supporting the award-winning mobile operator’s Iowa launch.
theScore Bet’s Iowa debut is the latest expansion of the successful collaboration between the mobile sportsbook and the Nevada-based technology and services provider, following entries in New Jersey, Colorado, and Indiana.
Bet.Works has been theScore Bet’s sportsbook technology platform partner since 2018, when theScore announced its intent to enter the newly regulated and fast-growing U.S. sports betting market.
Bet.Works’ array of resources include a customer service call center, compliance support, risk and trading services and a scalable architecture with a full suite of APIs.
David Wang, Bet.Works Chief Executive Officer, said: “We are delighted to yet again assist our valued partner, theScore, through its launch in another North American jurisdiction. We are confident that our platform technology and theScore’s fusion of sports media and gaming will prove a compelling and popular offering among Iowan sports bettors. Bet.Works looks forward to supporting theScore as it continues to build its presence in the vibrant North American sports betting market.”
John Levy, Founder and CEO, theScore said: “We are thrilled to launch theScore Bet in another new market and introduce our acclaimed mobile sportsbook to fans across Iowa, utilizing Bet.Works’ suite of technology services. We thank David and his team for their continued efforts as we expand to our fourth state.”
theScore Bet secured market access to offer mobile sports betting in Iowa via its previously announced multi-state market access framework agreement with Penn National Gaming. Bet.Works provides sports fans with a seamless user experience even during the most active sports betting events, including providing theScore Bet’s customers with continuous, uninterrupted access to its mobile sportsbook during this year’s Super Bowl.