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Raynham Park Sportsbook partners with bet365 in Massachusetts

Raynham Park Sportsbook has signed a partnership with bet365 to offer mobile sports betting in the US state of Massachusetts.

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Raynham Park Sportsbook is set to open its doors in spring 2023, with bet365 set to operate in Massachusetts via a tethered Category 3 online gaming licence.

“We are thrilled to partner with the world’s largest online sports betting company to offer this high-demand entertainment option to our customers,” said Raynham Park Founder George Carney. 

“This partnership is the next step in the evolution of Raynham Park as we move toward the opening of our sportsbook, which will be one of the largest in the United States and set a new standard for destination gaming in Massachusetts.”

Operator bet365, which has annual revenues in excess of $4bn and 85 million customers worldwide, recently went live in Colorado and will soon offer its product in both Ohio and Virginia. Founded in 2000 by the Coates family, it is now licensed in over 20 jurisdictions.

A bet365 Spokesperson commented: “bet365 are thrilled to partner with Raynham Park ahead of launching in Massachusetts in 2023. With so many legendary sports franchises and dedicated fans based in the state, this was a natural fit for us as we continue our US expansion.”

“We’re excited to work with the Carney family and look forward to delivering an unrivalled sports betting product to sports fans across the Bay State.”

Earlier this month, the operator officially launched in Ghana through, with customers across the country now able to sign up on the website or via the bet365 app.

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