Gambling.com Group gains temporary Arizona supplier licence

Player acquisition service provider Gambling.com Group has been issued a temporary supplier licence by the Arizona Department of Gaming.

Player acquisition service provider Gambling.com Group has been issued a temporary supplier licence by the Arizona Department of Gaming

Gaining the licence, Gambling.com will be able to provide marketing services for licenced operators within the state of Arizona. Moreover, in anticipation of the launch of legal mobile sports betting, the company has launched BetArizona.com, its latest free-to-use website for consumers in the state to compare legal online sports betting services. 

“With more than seven million people, two dozen land-based casinos, five major professional sports teams, two Power 5 conference universities, and Super Bowl LVII in 2023, it’s only a matter of time until Arizona becomes one of the largest regulated online gambling markets in America,” said Max Bichsel, vice president of US business for Gambling.com Group

“Whether you’re a seasoned sports bettor looking for the best sign-up deals and bonuses or just a curious sports fan looking to get some skin in the game, BetArizona.com is a go to resource for this exciting new regulated market.”

Following the launch of BetArizona.com, it has rolled out a “wealth of gambling resources”, including how-to betting guides, analyst-driven articles covering online sportsbooks expected to operate in Arizona, a tax calculator tool for future filing planning, and state-focused surveys uncovering online betting habits and statistics. 

Furthemore, Gambling.com Group will also provide online players in Arizona with reviews of online sports betting operators via its flagship website Gambling.com, which educates players with knowledge and strategy tools, and the US-focused Bookies.com, which helps bettors beat regulated bookmakers with winning tips and picks from the nation’s top handicappers.

The granting of a temporary supplier licence in Arizona comes during the same week in which the Gambling.com published its Q2 2021 financial results which the company pinpointed “continued strong top-line growth” throughout the quarter.