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Rush Street Interactive signs Bingo World deal to launch Maryland sportsbook

Rush Street Interactive (RSI) has partnered with Bingo World, in a deal that will see RSI launch in-person sports betting at the Maryland location through its BetRivers brand.

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The sportsbook will be open to eligible bettors of 21 and over, where they will be able to place wagers on a range of domestic and worldwide sporting events and markets.

The venue will feature 12 self-service kiosks, as well as three over-the-counter betting machines..

Bingo World President Randy Clemens said: "We are so excited and honoured to be the first operator outside of a casino to offer Maryland residents a retail sportsbook.

"Together with our partners at RSI, we can offer bettors a world-class in-person sports betting experience at the BetRivers sportsbook and lounge."

The sportsbook will open officially on 1 August at 12:00 pm Eastern Time, with Clemens joining former Baltimore Ravens and Super Bowl champion Qadry ‘the Missile’ Ismail, BetRivers Director of B2B Services Adam Glass and Maryland State Senator Pamela Beidle to cut the ribbon at the opening ceremony.

Ismail, who is set to place the first official bet at the venue, said: "This new sportsbook is a huge win for avid sports fans in Baltimore and beyond.”

Alongside the wagering facilities, the 3,000 square ft sportsbook will feature a lounge with 32 theatre-style seats, a bar and 21 HD screens displaying sporting events and BetRivers odds feeds.

RSI CEO Richard Schwartz said: "With Bingo World's brand recognition in the Baltimore area, the easy-to-access venue and RSI's products and services, we look forward to delivering convenient and exciting sports betting options to retail customers; and are excited about building trust and loyalty as they become familiar with our product."

In July 2022, RSI announced a partnership with data science and software company Neccton, in an effort to further improve protection for its players.

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