Full House Resorts has partnered with gambling and hospitality giant Wynn Resorts to launch its online and mobile sports betting operations in Indiana and Colorado. The operator has inked two additional agreements with WSI US, a wholly-owned subsidiary of casino operator Wynn Resorts.
The WSI US is also the primary operating company for Wynn’s interactive gaming and sports betting business.
“We are excited to partner with Wynn Resorts, allowing them to conduct mobile sports wagering throughout Indiana and Colorado,” said Full House Resorts president and CEO Daniel Lee. “Wynn Resorts is renowned for its unparalleled focus on guest service and as the premier operator in the gaming industry.
“We are thrilled to see them bring their unique vision to the online space, beginning with the residents of – and many visitors to – Indiana and Colorado.”
Several US states have legalized sports betting after the US Supreme Court lifted a ban on sports gambling past year. Currently, about a dozen US states have already legalized and launched sports betting operations while many others are in the process.
Last week, a former Wynn Resorts employee filed a lawsuit against the casino and hospitality giant alleging that the company was spying on him after allegations of sexual misconduct against the former Wynn CEO Steve Wynn.
The lawsuit filed by Jorge Nielsen, former artistic director for the Wynn Las Vegas salon has named several current and former Wynn executives as defendants in his lawsuit, filed in a Nevada state court, reports the Wall Street Journal. They include Chief Executive Officer Matt Maddox, former General Counsel Kimmarie Sinatra and a former executive vice president in charge of corporate security, James Stern.