NYRA ANNOUNCES SUCCESSFUL NATIONAL LAUNCH OF NYRA BETS

The New York Racing Association today announced that NYRA Bets has successfully launched in states across the country, and will continue to expand to additional states in the coming weeks. Featuring the most advanced technology within a state-of-the art wagering interface, NYRA Bets was previously available only to residents of New York State.

“NYRA Bets reflects our commitment to continuously improve and expand our digital footprint nationally to provide our horseplayers with the most advanced technology available”, said Chris Kay, NYRA President & CEO. “Our strategy¬† reflects the current trends of the American public, a strategy that is predicated on the utilization of high-definition quality video streaming on a person’s smartphone, tablet, laptop, desktop and/or television. In combination with Saratoga LIVE, our new national racing broadcast that is available in more than 65 million homes, NYRA Bets is available to fans and horseplayers to watch and wager in a manner that they choose, with the same high level of quality that we offer in our world class races.”

NYRA Bets features a number of improvements and customizable features, including:

  • An efficient and easy-to-use wager pad
  • A timesaving “Swap Leg” feature for exotic wagers
  • The ability to copy tickets quickly and easily
  • On-demand race analysis for NYRA races
  • A fast and user-friendly mobile interface
  • Horse-specific replays and stats
  • The ability to view multiple live video feeds concurrently
  • Customizable left navigation panel
  • “Quick Fund” streamlined instant ACH funding mechanism

NYRA Bets offers lucrative rewards, instant signup, free funding options, express funding, no wagering transactions fees and three convenient ways to wager: on-track, online or via a mobile device.  Please visit NYRA.com and NYRABets.com for additional information.

Saratoga LIVE is broadcast each day on Fox Sports 2 and MSG+ beginning at 4 p.m. EDT and on Altitude Sports, a Rocky Mountains-based regional sports network, beginning at 5 p.m. The program includes a combination of racing coverage, analysis and feature segments. For a complete broadcast schedule and local listings, visit NYRA.com.

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