MaximBet And White Mountain Apache Tribe Create Arizona Sports Betting Partnership

The sports betting brand, MaximBet, has just announced a partnership with Arizona’s White Mountain Apache Tribe. With a successful license application, the partnership will allow for MaximBet to launch its online betting app and open a retail sportsbook inside the Hon-Dah Resort Casino in Pinetop.

MaximBet Joins Arizona Sports Betting

MaximBet is the 13th sportsbook to announce a partnership in Arizona. The sportsbook aims to provide a delightful experience to sports bettors offering promotions and odds boosts. MaximBet will also offer exclusive perks for its members.

“We are thrilled to partner with the White Mountain Apache Tribe to bring MaximBet and the renowned Maxim lifestyle experience to Arizona,” said Daniel Graetzer, CEO of MaximBet in a statement. He added, “with some of the best sporting teams in the country and a highly engaged sports community, we are confident Arizona will be drawn to our consumer-friendly app, world-class customer service, and the incredible live events we are planning for the State.”

Arizona is the fifth state where MaximBet will operate and launch. As an affiliate of the men’s lifestyle brand, Maxim, the online betting platform plans to give bettors an entertainment experience offering virtual access to athletes and celebrities in addition to the chance to wager on a variety of sports.

More About The White Mountain Apache Tribe

The White Mountain Apache Tribe owns and operates the Hon-Dah Resort Casino in Pinetop. Located in the White Mountains of Arizona and surrounded by a pine forest, the Hon-Dah Resort Casino features slot machines, poker, blackjack, and now hopes to be the home of a MaximBet sportsbook.

Other recent sports betting partnerships include a deal between BetMGM and State Farm Stadium (home of the Arizona Cardinals) as well as the Gila River Indian Community. UniBet also announced a partnership with the Fort Yuma Quechan Indian Tribe’s Paradise Casino in Yuma. Sports betting in Arizona is still on track to launch on September 9.

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