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BetMGM NC Bonus Code WAWBET – Earn $200 In Bonus Bets

BetMGM NC is officially available for downloads and initial deposits. While the operator won’t start accepting bets until the middle of the month, the pre-launch period offers an early chance at $200 in bonus bets.

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How to use the BetMGM NC bonus code

North Carolina online sports betting officially launches on Monday, March 11. Signing up for a BetMGM NC account gives you access to $200 in bonus bets once the industry opens its virtual doors.

Simply click the link above and sign up for a BetMGM NC account with the code WAWBET. When NC online sports betting goes live, your account will be credited with $200 in bonus bets.

You can use those bets on any market you wish. That includes the ACC basketball tournament, which tips off just a few days after the launch. The bonus bets, however, are good for seven days after launch, so make sure you use them by Monday, March 18!

What to expect with the BetMGM NC launch

BetMGM NC will provide North Carolina online sports betting enthusiasts with a premium-quality option. The sportsbook offers a wide range of North Carolina sports betting promos and betting opportunities for fans of all sports.

That includes several professional sports represented by North Carolina teams. Carolina Panthers fans can participate in NFL betting, NHL betting can be enjoyed by fans of the Carolina Hurricanes, and Charlotte Hornets fans can survey plenty of NBA betting opportunities.

Fans of college sports have plenty to be excited about, too. This launch comes just before the start of NCAA basketball tournament betting, and fans in the Tar Heel State will be able to get in on the action for the first time this March.


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  • Andrew Champagne

    Andrew Champagne is a Senior Editor at Raketech. A passionate storyteller, handicapper, and analyst, Andrew lives in Northern California's Bay Area. He can often be found planning his next trip to Las Vegas, bowling reasonably well, or golfing incredibly poorly.