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Penn outlines ESPN Bet Massachusetts operations.

Chris Rogers, chief strategy officer at Penn Entertainment, has outlined how Penn and ESPN will operate the highly-anticipated ESPN Bet in Massachusetts. Rogers presented the operating plan during a public meeting of the Massachusetts Gaming Commission (MGC) on 7 November. The meeting was held to review Penn Entertainment’s divesture of Barstool and its $1.5bn deal

ESPN Bet to start in November.

Jay Snowden, president and CEO of Penn Entertainment, confirmed that ESPN Bet will go live in November this year. Penn and sports broadcaster ESPN’s transformative $1.5bn deal will consist of Penn relaunching its existing Barstool Sportsbook as ESPN Bet. Off the back of the deal Penn is divesting its Barstool Sports sportsbook brand and selling

Penn migrates Barstool Sportsbook to proprietary platform.

All Penn Entertainment’s brands are powered by proprietary technology after Barstool Sportsbook and Casino was migrated to its in-house platform. The migration took place simultaneously across 16 states where Barstool operates during Major League Baseball’s (MLB) All-Star Break, the largest-scale technology migration in North American gaming to date. Penn describes the migration as a major

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