There’s a new app in town, and it’s Wynn Sports. After a five-day soft launch approved by the Division of Gaming Enforcement on July 27, the Wynn Sports app is available in New Jersey.

With Wynn now live via the Caesars Interactive license, there are 18 NJ sports betting apps.

Users can access the platform via iOS and Android devices, as well as by visiting wynnsports.com. Customers using an Android device can download the app from the website.

Wynn Sports is powered by European-based BetBull Limited and Global Payments Gaming Solutions.

Perfect timing for Wynn Sports

August is normally one of the slowest months on the NJ sports betting calendar.

Think about it.

Most years, Major League Baseball is the only sport going.

But due to the global pandemic, the major pro sports leagues are in the early stages of their respective restarts.

So here are some of the current wagering options at Wynn Sports:

  • MLB
  • NHL
  • NBA
  • NFL
  • MMA
  • Soccer

PGA Tour odds, however, were not live as of Tuesday afternoon. One would assume that is also a work in progress.

The PGA Championship, the first of three majors, gets underway Thursday morning. And Tiger Woods is playing.

Click on a thumbnail below to view screenshots of the Wynn Sports iOS app:

Wynn NJ online casino is live, too

Like many of the other NJ online sportsbooks, Wynn has its sportsbook integrated with an NJ online casino. Users will have access to a shared wallet.

However, like the sports app, Wynn Casino currently has limited offerings.

There’s no blackjack, roulette or poker yet. And the slot library includes a tad over 40 titles. Here is a selection:

  • Jackpot Jester 200K
  • Starmania
  • Medusa
  • Irish Eyes 2
  • Cash Stampede

So it seems Wynn is slowly building up its NJ online gambling portfolio. BetBull has informed Play NJ that lots more is planned for the app.

With the start of NFL betting fast approaching, the menu of offerings will expand in the coming weeks.

In the process, New Jersey customers have one more online sportsbook to try as sports return.

Call it a Wynn win.

Bill Gelman

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Bill Gelman is a veteran sports writer based just outside of Philadelphia and not too far from the Jersey Shore. Bill spends time in Atlantic City writing about casino openings and expansions, special events and world championship boxing at Boardwalk Hall. He is now adding NJ sports betting and online gambling to the mix.