Penn National Gaming CEO: Barstool Sportsbook app to be in every state where sports betting legal in 2021

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Penn National Gaming CEO Jay Snowden on mobile sports betting and collaborating with Barstool Sports.Penn National Gaming CEO Jay Snowden told FOX Business’ Liz Claman that the company plans to launch its minority-owned online gambling platform, the Barstool Sportsbook app, in every state where sports betting is legal by the end of 2021.Continue Reading Below”As you get into 2021, I think you should expect for us to be in every state that’s legal, where we operate and can launch by the end of 2021,” Snowden told “The Claman Countdown” on Monday. “We’ll be in well over a dozen states by the end of the calendar year.” The Barstool Sportsbook App, which had 21,000 downloads per day in its debut weekend last month, has launched solely in Pennsylvania, with plans to expand to Michigan next month. Snowden did not unveil the latest download and registration numbers, but did say that the company spent nothing in paid marketing and advertising for the app’s first two weekends.NBA LEGEND CHARLES BARKLEY SAYS HE LOST $100G BETTING ON FALCONS IN SUPER BOWL LISnowden also touted the economic advantages that come with his company’s 41 brick-and-mortar casinos in 20 states, which allow Penn National Gaming to generate free …

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