Circa Sports Goes Live in the Bluegrass State

Circa Sports has officially launched its sportsbook in the state of Kentucky.

Kentucky bettors aged 18 and above can download the app on their Android and Apple mobile devices.

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The operator secured market access in the state through its licensing partnership with ECL Corbin's Cumberland Run harness track.

By commencing operations in Kentucky, Circa Sports is giving the state's residents and visitors an opportunity to enjoy a broader range of sports betting options.

Users aged 18 and above can download the app on their Android or Apple devices and access a variety of sports betting markets as long as they are within the state's borders.

Kentucky marks the fifth operating state for Circa Sports in the US. The betting operator is active in other jurisdictions like Nevada, Illinois, Colorado, and Iowa.

We are thrilled to launch Circa Sports in the great state of Kentucky. We've always had our sights set here as we know it is a major hub for college sports, horse racing, and more. We are looking forward to providing Kentucky bettors with some of the best odds and expertise out there.

Derek StevensCirca CEO

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Kentucky Posts $208.3M Handle in February

Circa will contend with the likes of FanDuel, DraftKings, Bet365c, BetMGM, Caesars, and ESPN Bet in the highly competitive Kentucky betting market.

In February, the state posted a total handle of $208.3 million, a decrease of 19% compared to the $257.1 million recorded in January. The decline was attributed to the temporary lull in betting activity caused by the end of the NFL season.

While online betting accounted for $198.5 million of the total handle, $9.8 million was wagered at the retail locations in the state.

DraftKings, also partnered with Cumberland Run, led the market in the month with a handle of $92.9 million.


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