JACK announces its sports betting app for free play (no money) in anticipation of the real thing

CLEVELAND, Ohio – Legal sports betting is still a long way off, but free practice is now available in Ohio.

JACK Entertainment on Tuesday announced betJACK, an online and mobile platform that Ohio can use for sports betting, but currently only with free tokens.

According to a press release, JACK published betJACK in anticipation of real money sports betting arriving in Ohio, which is still in the process of becoming real after the Ohio State House passed a law allowing it. The application will allow people to try sports betting without spending money.

JACK says people who use the betJACK app will receive a daily token of 100 tokens each day they sign up and can earn extra chips with each winning bet. Bets can be placed on sports ranging from NBA, MLB, NFL and NHL games to international football, e-sports and rugby.

The application is the next step in JACK’s preparations for real sports betting. It can be seen on betjack.com or in Apple and Android app stores.

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The deadline for state regulators to open live sports betting is January 1, 2023.

In addition to legal sports gambling on the road, JACK Entertainment wants to make two physical bets at JACK Cleveland Casino and JACK Thistledown Racino in North Randall.

Both locations will have Las Vegas-style bookmakers with video walls, comfortable loungers and all the amenities that come with it.

When sports betting is legal, betJACK will turn into real life betting.

Ohio’s parliament adopted legal sports gambling in December after three years of debate. According to the rules, Ohajans will be able to bet in retail sports betting shops, online or in applications and at kiosks in bars with certain alcohol licenses, but not until all the rules and licenses have been established.

Jessica Franks, a spokeswoman for the Ohio Casino Control Commission, said it could take six months to create the rules, which must be done before she can accept applications.

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