Wynn And SG Have Eye On Colorado And Indiana Ater NJ Launch

Wynn Resorts unveiled its Wynn Sports mobile app in New Jersey, which represents the first step in a multi-faceted association with Scientific Games, a US gaming technology firm that entered in April 2019.

Using OpenSports and OpenGaming software suites from Scientific Games, the digital sports betting service from Nevada headquartered company will also be extended to Colorado and Indiana.

Earlier this year, the operator went live with its Wynn Sports offering in the Garden State, using the company’s sports betting and ignore channels, a controlled sports trading service and content distribution device home to over 2,000 interactive games including 88 Fortunes, Raging Rhino, Zeus and more.

Scientific Games will include the OpenSports solution for Wynn Sports in Colorado and Indiana, as well as launch its OpenPlatform account management platform for the team.

Jordan Levin, group CEO of Scientific Games Digital, commented: “We’re thrilled to be working alongside Wynn Resorts and their exceptional team as our partnership expands. We look forward to developing entertainment opportunities and delivering unmissable sports betting and igaming experiences for players in these states.”

Wynn Resorts expressed pleasure at a plethora of real estate re-openings in each of its operating markets, as the firm reported the effect of COVID ‘s imposed closures last month in its latest financial statement.

Group-wide operating revenue for the second quarter of the year plunged from $1.66 billion to $85.7 million , down $620.2 million, $534.6 million and $399.3 million , respectively, during the time at Wynn Palace, Wynn Macau and our Las Vegas operations.

Net loss in Q2 ended at $743.8 million, in comparison to sales of $142.2 million a year earlier, with adjusted EBITDA closing at a loss of $322.9 million (2019: $480.5 million).

For the six-month period ended June 30, sales came in at $1.03 billion (2019: $3.3 billion), net loss came in at $1.18 billion compared to 2019’s $301.9 million revenue and adjusted EBITDA closed at a loss of $328.2 million compared to earnings of $975.3 million a year ago.