Winners, Inc. (OTC PINK: WNRS) is on a value-creating hot streak. And it plans to tell the investment world all about it. On Monday, WNRS announced that it will be presenting at the Emerging Growth Conference on July 21st from 2:00 PM to 2:30 PM ET. The more excellent news is that this live, interactive online event will allow investors to connect in real-time with Wayne Allyn Root, CEO of WNRS’s subsidiary, VegasWINNERS, Inc.
The Emerging Growth conference offers an excellent opportunity for public companies to present and communicate their platform to the investment community, with an audience base including potentially tens of thousands of institutional investors, advisors, and analysts. WNRS’s presentation intends to provide a comprehensive overview of its business and highlight its Krush House network that continues to attract sports fans and gaming enthusiasts to its platform.
Already, WNRS is generating revenues by referring its customers to licensed gaming operators in exchange for a commission. Better still, its growth trend is on an ascending curve.
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Indeed, Winners’ had a busy first half of 2021. Most recently, WNRS subsidiary VegasWINNERS Inc. announced receiving a Sports Wagering Interim Supplier License from the state of West Virginia, which allows the referral of its customers to licensed sportsbooks in return for commission payments. With West Virginia’s total amount of sports wagers increasing from $226M in 2019 to over $419M in 2020, the license could become a potentially lucrative asset for VegasWINNERS. It would also benefit WNRS as the parent company.
WNRS also leverages VegasWINNERS’s ability to provide the latest sports gambling news, statistics, predictions, and advice through various media and advertising formats. And as a licensed sports gaming affiliate, VegasWINNERS Inc. , as noted, generates its revenues by directing traffic to gaming operators in exchange for commission payments. Thus, it presents a win-win proposition.
One of the company’s most significant recent milestones was receiving approval from the New Jersey Division of Gaming Enforcement to operate as a Registered Vendor Sports Gaming Affiliate in the state of New Jersey. That approval creates a significant opportunity for WNRS, giving the company access to one of the nation’s most profitable sports gambling markets. Recording more than $4.5 billion wagered in its first year of legal betting, the New Jersey market has become one of the most popular hubs of sports betting activity following its legalization in June 2018.
In fact, New Jersey finished 2020 as the largest sports betting market in the United States, surpassing Nevada with more than $1.5 billion in wagers placed. This means that New Jersey wagers currently account for 28% of all sports betting in America, making WNRS’s certification as a Registered Vendor Sports Gaming Affiliate in the state a potential driver for potentially exponential near-term growth.
Furthermore, with WNRS generating revenues by directing its users to gaming operators in exchange for a commission, its emphasis in providing consistently high-quality and engaging content to grow its user base has helped create a trusted reputation within the industry.
One of WNRS’s most exciting assets is its Krush House Network, a website featuring original programs that target everyone from seasoned gamblers to sports fans who are simply interested in the statistics and analyst opinions. The leading “Krush House™” podcast features Frank Nicoterro and former NFL Quarterback and ESPN analyst Sean Salisbury, who discuss team performance and analyze betting trends.
To best maintain its growing and faithful audience, the weekly podcast also features interviews with prominent athletes, man-on-the-street interviews during sporting events, audience engagement and contests, and other exciting attractions.
The Krush House Network also produces two other shows designed to help sports fans make informed legal bets by learning from some of the most knowledgeable sports handicappers in the industry. These programs feature the company’s CEO, Wayne Allyn Root, also known as “The King of Vegas Sports Gambling” and “America’s Oddsmaker.” The experts on the show cover all major sports and provide opinions, tips, arguments, and up-to-date information on the latest betting lines.
And by providing its audience with an engaging and timely platform that covers the world of online sports betting, the Krush House Network supports WNRS’s business strategy of driving traffic directly to gaming operators. And, by uploading multiple episodes of its shows each week, WNRS maintains its viewer base by keeping its users informed about nearly every aspect of the sports and gaming sectors.
Intending To Drive Growth In 2021
The best news is that WNRS continues to remain a step ahead of its competition when it comes to capitalizing upon the lucrative legalized US sports betting market. And its ambition to stay a leader could help to drive strong growth in the back half of this year.
Moreover, its earned Sports Wagering Interim Supplier License in West Virginia last week opens the doors to the state’s $419M sports betting market. In addition, its recent approval giving them Registered Vendor Sports Gaming Affiliate status in the nation’s most lucrative market of New Jersey is expected to bring substantial increases to the company’s commission-based earnings.
Better still, these markets should add significant new revenue streams to the company and support the production of its Krush House network of podcasts and shows, contributing to increasing shareholder value even further.
Indeed, WNRS is positioned for both near and long-term growth. And its busy year is already creating massive revenue-generating opportunities. Moreover, now that the company has earned access to some of the nation’s most lucrative sports betting markets, the company, and its investors, could be well-rewarded during the remainder of 2021. Thus, at current prices, investing in WNRS could be a safe bet.
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