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Barstool Sportsbook Arizona Enhances User Experience with New Features

Barstool Sportsbook recently rolled out an upgraded version of its mobile sports betting app in Arizona. The new app includes several new features and improvements to enhance the user experience.

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Jay Snowden, CEO and president of PENN Entertainment, the company behind Barstool Sportsbook Arizona, was thrilled with the development staff of PENN Gaming;

“Migrating onto our proprietary technology platform and introducing a fully upgraded Barstool Sportsbook is a milestone achievement. Having full control of our product and roadmap will lead to improved operational efficiency and the ability to quickly introduce new features, bespoke promotions and wagering markets. I want to congratulate our Interactive team members who worked tirelessly to ensure a successful on-schedule migration, which better positions us to compete in the online gaming space.”

Big Changes for the Barstool App

One of the biggest changes for the popular Arizona sports betting app is the addition of single-game parlay betting. This allows bettors to combine multiple bets on outcomes from a single game into one parlay wager.

With the previous version of the app, parlays were limited to combining bets across multiple games. The single-game parlay option provides more flexibility for bettors looking to increase their potential payouts.

The upgraded app also introduces a new “Bet Builder” feature for basketball and football games. This tool lets users customize their own unique prop bet by choosing from a menu of available player and game props.

For example, a bettor could combine a passing yards total for a quarterback with the number of receptions for a wide receiver into one customized wager.

In addition to new betting options, the latest version of the Barstool Sportsbook app includes interface tweaks and faster response times intended to improve the overall user experience.

There are upgraded graphics, animations, and transitions to make using the app more visually appealing as well.

The launch of the upgraded app in Arizona comes shortly after Barstool AZ opened its new retail sportsbook at Phoenix’s Wild Horse Pass casino. The timing allows the company to offer a polished mobile experience to complement its brand-new retail location.

With sports betting continuing to gain popularity across the country, enhancements like these can help give operators an edge in states with competitive markets like Arizona. The upgraded Barstool Sportsbook app aims to provide bettors with more ways to engage with and customize their betting experience.

Barstool Sportsbook handled $12.8 million in April wagers. The company earned $345,270.86 in revenue, good for fifth among the 17 licensed sportsbooks in Arizona

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