The betting app, Circa Sports, is being launched in Iowa in partnership with Wild Rose Casinos & Resort. In closing this deal, the Las Vegas sports betting business makes its debut in the US state through the Circa Sports Iowa app.

Sports bettors from anywhere in the state can register, finance and bet on sporting events thanks to the app, which can be downloaded from the Circa Sports page.

“We are excited to expand Circa Sports into Iowa and the Midwest,” said Derek Stevens, CEO of Circa Sports. “Iowa marks our app’s third operating state, and we appreciate the collaboration with Wild Rose and the Iowa Racing & Gaming Commission to bring this launch to fruition.”

The app allows state users to browse a full menu of live odds anytime and anywhere within Iowa.

It features “the highest limits, lowest retention percentages and the best customer service of any offering in the state,” according to a press release.

In addition, the app service also includes combined futures bets and two-sided yes/no futures bets. Funds can be transferred via ACH, bank transfer and via Sightline.

The Circa Sports app, first launched in 2019, now includes five locations in southern Nevada, encompassing the world’s largest bookmaker within Circa Resort & Casino. In addition, it was launched in Colorado in 2020 with the Circa Sports Colorado mobile app.

The company is led by downtown Las Vegas casino owner and developer Derek Stevens and aims to “break a new path in the gaming industry” by combining a business approach with some of the nation’s biggest odds makers.

After Circa Sports debuted, bookmakers in Iowa now total 16, including industry giants DraftKings, FanDuel and BetMGM. Iowa reported betting volume of $108.4 million in August, the first monthly gain in betting volume since March.

Iowa Wild Rose casino launched DraftKings sports houses on company properties in Jefferson, Emmetsburg, and Clinton in 2019.