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The Connecticut Lottery Corporation and Rush Street Interactive Launch Three Additional PlaySugarHouse Retail Sportsbooks at Sportech’s Winners Locations this Week

November 13, 2021 | Lottery News

New Britain Winners opened yesterday; Manchester and Waterbury to open Thursday

ROCKY HILL, CT (November 10, 2021) – The Connecticut Lottery Corporation (“CLC”), Rush Street Interactive (NYSE: RSI) (“RSI”), and Sportech Venues are launching three additional PlaySugarHouse retail sportsbooks at Sportech’s Winners locations this week, including Winners New Britain, which opened yesterday. The PlaySugarHouse retail sportsbooks at Winners in Manchester and Waterbury will debut at 1 p.m. ET on Thursday, November 11.

These sites follow previously opened CLC sports wagering locations at Sports Haven (New Haven) and Bobby V’s in Windsor Locks and Stamford. The PlaySugarHouse retail sportsbooks will add four Sportech locations in Hartford, Torrington, Milford, and Norwalk in the near future. The CLC and RSI are authorized to operate up to 15 PlaySugarHouse retail sports wagering locations in Connecticut, many of which will be a roughly 30-minute drive for most Connecticut residents.

Connecticut players can also bet online using RSI’s award-winning platform from their mobile devices, tablets, desktop and laptop computers. The PlaySugarHouse.com online sportsbook includes thousands of betting options, a broad selection of live streaming content, unique bonusing and rewards programs, numerous deposit methods, automated cash-out approvals, and user-friendly responsible gaming tools, including deposit, spend and time limits.

About the Connecticut Lottery Corporation

The Connecticut Lottery Corporation (CLC) is a quasi-public state agency with the mission to generate revenue for Connecticut consistent with the highest standards of good public policy and social responsibility. In fiscal year 2021, players won more than $925 million in prize money and Retailers earned more than $83 million in commissions. At the same time, the CLC provided $418 million to support the valuable services and programs funded by the state’s General Fund including public health, libraries, public safety, education and more.  Since the Lottery began in 1972, its contributions to the General Fund have exceeded $10.6 billion.

The CLC reminds the public that Lottery purchasers must be 18 or older, and players must be 21 or older to place sports wagers. If you gamble, please play responsibly and use your Game Sense.

SOURCE: The Connecticut Lottery Corporation

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