Score Media and Gaming has announced that, through is Score Digital Sports Ventures subsidiary, theScore Bet mobile sportsbook has launched in Indiana.

The debut, documented as recently as earlier this month when the firm added Colorado to a base of operations that has also take the entity live in New Jersey, continues on ongoing agreement alongside Penn National Gaming.

theScore Bet secured market access to offer mobile sports betting in Indiana via a previously announced multi-state market access framework agreement with the Pennsylvania headquarter casino operator.

Furthermore, theScore has leveraged sportsbook platform technology provided by sports betting and igaming supplier Bet.Works to support its Indiana launch, continuing an ongoing link-up that saw the firm become its technology platform partner in 2018.

Promising an “immersive and holistic mobile sports betting offering,” theScore Bet’s Hoosier State offering includes a wide range of pre-game and in-play betting across all major sports leagues and events, and a comprehensive variety of bet types.

“This launch comes just weeks after we introduced theScore Bet to fans in Colorado, a huge testament to the best-in-class technology, multi-state infrastructure, and product development team supporting our ongoing expansion,” explained John Levy, founder and CEO of theScore.

“Indiana is the first state we’ve launched in under our multi-state market access agreement with Penn National Gaming and we’re excited to showcase our incredible and unique combination of media and gaming to this passionate fan base.”

At the start of the month theScore Bet launched in the Centennial State, following a seperate market access agreement inked earlier in the year.

Obtaining approval from the Colorado Limited Gaming Control Commission in March, the green-light followed the firm securing a link-up with a subsidiary of US gaming operator Jacobs Entertainment.

Under the agreement, JEI will receive a percentage of revenue derived from theScore Bet’s mobile sports betting operations in Colorado, subject to certain annual minimum guaranteed amounts, and an initial upfront fee. The agreement spans an initial term of 10 years, extendable for two successive five-year renewal terms at theScore’s option.