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Circa Sports partners with Cumberland Run to enter Kentucky betting market

CORBIN, Ky. — By partnering with ECL Corbin, LLC at its Cumberland Run harness track, sports betting venture Circa Sports has expanded its operations into Kentucky with the launch of its popular mobile betting app.

A news release sats the app will allow the highest betting limits in the industry along with offering tight money line splits, transparent odds, exceptional customer service and more.

Kentucky is the fifth state for Circa Sports, the app is now available for download through partnership with the Cumberland Run property in Corbin. The Circa Sports Kentucky app can be downloaded and funded remotely from anywhere. Bettors will have access to transparent and fair limits, made possible with a business model of providing betting lines and odds that are more favorable for the customer.

“We are thrilled to launch Circa Sports in the great state of Kentucky,” said Derek Stevens, CEO of Circa Sports. “We’ve always had our sights set here as we know it is a major hub for college sports, horse racing and more. We are looking forward to providing Kentucky bettors with some of the best odds and expertise out there.”

The Circa Sports Kentucky app was designed by players, for players. Available to patrons ages 18 and over, highlights include:

  • High betting limits
  • Tight money line splits
  • Transparent odds
  • Exceptional customer service
  • Option to browse the complete menu and live odds from anywhere at any time
  • Aggressive, higher-than-most betting limits for everyone – even winners
  • The inclusion of future bets in parlays
  • Two-sided Yes/No future betting
  • Remote registration that can be done from anywhere on a mobile device
  • Deposits and withdrawals that can be done through the app from anywhere.

Marc Falcone, co-owner of the ECL Corbin, LLC properties, said, “We’re delighted to welcome Circa Sports to the Commonwealth as a sports-betting partner. They allow us to offer another amenity to complement our existing gaming.”

Wagers on the Circa Sports Kentucky app can only be made while the patron is within Kentucky state lines. The minimum deposit is $20 and payment providers include Play+, ACH (VIP Preferred), Wire Transfer and Debit/Credit Cards via VISA and MasterCard.

Headquartered in Las Vegas and helmed by Stevens, Circa Sports is live in Nevada, Illinois, Colorado and Iowa. The ECL Corbin LLC properties are owned by a partnership headed by Las Vegas entrepreneurs and casino veterans Ron Winchell and Falcone, with Keeneland racetrack in Lexington having a minority stake.

There are four The Mint Gaming Hall operations – Cumberland Run, The Mint Gaming Hall Cumberland, The Mint Gaming Hall at Kentucky Downs, and The Mint Gaming Hall Bowling Green.

For more information, visit CircaSports.com.

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