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NASCAR Introduces Betting App Ahead of Racing Season

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The NASCAR races are starting this weekend, with the first race being the Daytona 500. Will the legalization of sports betting in some states in the USA, this has prompted NASCAR to launch a free sports betting app. NASCAR has partnered with Penn Gaming to bring this app to all who will be interested in betting on the various races.

Together, they signed a three-year partnership that makes Penn National Gaming the first NASCAR gaming partner. The purpose of the app is to give bettors a platform to win money without risking their money, making the app free to play and win real money app.

NASCAR Betting Apps

About the Free to Play App

The app is called NASCAR Finish Line and is compatible with iOS and Android. The app gives bettors the chance to win a $50,000 jackpot for each race. Daytona 500 will be the first race that bettors will have the opportunity to place their bets, and since the race starts this weekend, bettors can go a download the app. Penn Gaming will be the only sportsbook to offer the chance to win real money without risking any real money through the NASCAR bet.

NASCAR works with Genius Sports, which handles the official data for the Penn Gaming. Genius Sports will analyze the new in-race betting lines available for the 2020 Cup Series. What’s more, Penn National Gaming will be offering exclusive deals for NASCAR at 18 of its local sports betting lounges.

Penn National Gaming plans to launch its mobile sports betting app later this year in August. Their app will also include NASCAR live betting information.

Other Sports Betting Deals for NASCAR

Other sportsbooks will offer their promotions for the NASCAR races. These sportsbooks include online and land-based. Bettors can still take advantage of these promotions when placing wagers on the various NASCAR races. Currently, there are no sportsbooks that are offering promotions for the upcoming Daytona 500 race.