BetRivers to introduce remote registration in Iowa
Customers in Iowa will soon be able to register from home at BetRivers mobile & website, as online betting takes its first steps in the Hawkeye State.
Rush Street Interactive, which is based in Illinois, is one of the most established and fastest-growing sports betting and online casino operators in the United States. The company will be bringing its top-quality service to BetRivers.com, providing a superb sports betting platform for Iowa residents. Players can download the BetRivers sportsbook app and read our operator guide.
The news comes as fans get ready to watch Iowa State make history at their first Fiesta Bowl. The Hawkeyes, who are ranked in the top ten nationally, will be in the thick of the Big Ten men’s basketball schedule. The remote registration laws kick in on January 1. Anyone located within Iowa state lines and over the age of 21 will be able to place bets from anywhere on their home state team.
Customers will be able to deposit funds and place wagers on the Hawkeyes, Cyclones, and their other favorite teams and sporting events from their computer desktops or mobile devices. RSI’s online sportsbook at BetRivers.com is award-winning and one of the most prominent in the United States.
Gamblers in Iowa will have access to RSI’s millions of betting options on thousands of games a year at BetRivers.com. Additionally, there is the added benefit of not having to visit a land-based casino first to sign up, which means players will have an entirely digital sports betting experience.
Excitement Builds in Iowa
Richard Schwartz, president of RSI, said the company is “thrilled to make history” by offering bettors in the Hawkeye state the opportunity to bet on a wide range of Iowa sports betting options from home. Schwartz stated that RSI has built up a solid reputation in the gaming industry and has “earned the trust and preference of players in the Midwest region.”
He said they have become established because they have developed a “high-performing, secure, reliable online sportsbook.” Schwartz added that RSI is “confident sports bettors in Iowa” will take to the company’s “honest and transparent approach to customer service.”
RSI has agreed to a partnership with local establishment Wild Rose Entertainment, LLC. This agreement allows them to provide faster and more efficient payouts to RSI’s players across Iowa. At the Wild Rose locations in Jefferson and Clinton, RSI will provide its Cash@Cage feature. Using this option, players can both fund and withdraw from their online accounts.
Rick Gilson, Corporate Internal Auditor of Wild Rose, said that RSI is renowned for its “outstanding reputation as a top-rated online and retail sportsbook operator.” He stated this was one of the significant reasons they chose them as a betting partner. He added that when you “combine that with their exceptional customer service,” it is a smart decision to partner with BetRivers.com.
RSI currently operates online sportsbooks through the BetRivers.com brand in Colorado, Pennsylvania, Indiana, and Illinois. Additionally, it operates in New Jersey and Pennsylvania under the PlaySugarHouse.com site and SugarHouse sportsbook brand. RSI was named the 2020 Casino Operator of the Year and also picked up an award for its outstanding level of customer service.
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