Indiana & Tennessee maintain Hard Rock’s multi-state roll-out

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Hard Rock has detailed that latest stage of its multi-state US roll-out with online sports betting debuts in both Indiana and Tennessee. 

The company has said that it is intending to “engage its players with one-of-a-kind integrated in-person and online experiences,” with the digital sportsbook aiming to deliver promotions, fast deposits and withdrawals, and hundreds of games and props along with same game parlays and prop parlays. 

Furthermore, the offering has also introduced in-app streaming and the Mystery Wheel, an interactive rewards experience where players can earn up to $5,000 in free bets.

The Hard Rock Sportsbook mobile app is available for download through the App or the Google Play stores, and can be utilised by fans physically located within Arizona, Indiana, Tennessee, and Virginia with plans to expand to additional states soon. 

The Hard Rock Sportsbook also serves fans online in New Jersey and Iowa through the Hard Rock Sports & Casino NJ and the Hard Rock Sportsbook Iowa apps, respectively.

“We are excited to offer the legendary Hard Rock experience to our mobile sports betting players throughout Indiana and Tennessee,” said Marlon Goldstein, Executive Managing Director & CEO for Hard Rock Digital. 

“The successful debut of the Mystery Wheel is the latest example of the unique interactive experiences that can only be found at Hard Rock Sportsbook as well as our commitment to building the most entertaining app in the market.”

Indiana is home to the Hard Rock Casino Northern Indiana, where a retail Hard Rock Sportsbook location opened in May, while Tennessee has three Hard Rock Cafes in Nashville, Memphis, and Pigeon Forge as well as the Bristol Casino that is located across the Virginia state line. 

Last month, this temporary Hard Rock gaming facility surged towards almost $12m in revenue during its first month of revenue.

The state’s first such facility, named Bristol Casino – Future Home of Hard Rock and which will eventually make way for a permanent venue, followed up a $3.74m first week adjusted gross revenue performance by advancing to $11.71m during the month.