WatchandWager gets West Virginia licence

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Webis Holdings operator of, has received a one-year approval from the West Virginia Racing Commission, a licence which will be renewable annually.

The licence allows WatchandWager to accept wagers from the state’s nearly 1.8 million residents. West Virginia is the home of Charlestown Races and Mountaineer Racetrack for Thoroughbreds, as well as greyhound tracks.  WatchandWager can now accept wagers from 25 states, including California, Colorado, Kentucky, Minnesota, New York, North Dakota, and Washington. 

Ed Comins, president of WatchandWager, said: “We are delighted to receive this licence from the West Virginia Racing Commission for WatchandWager. We believe that this licecse will be mutually beneficial to both the company and the state in the forms of revenue and taxes generated from wagering. We are equally pleased to support West Virginia’s horse breeding industry by making contributions to purse funds that reward the racing and ownership of West Virginia-bred horses and greyhounds.”