Mobile gaming is growing rapidly and new applications and types of games are being constantly developed. With a planned winter trip to Las Vegas and sports betting on my agenda, I thought it would be helpful to review the mobile sports platforms available in Nevada. I haven’t tried any of these platforms in Nevada, but I have used many other sports betting apps. I will supplement the information on this page, and include reviews on each of these apps once I use them.
Nevada Sports Books
This app is makes sports betting available from the sports books of Cannerry, Eastside Cannery, the Rampart, and South Point. Accoring to online reports, Jimmy Vaccaro has been recruited to run the combined books, and a $100 minimum deposit is required to use the App.
Cantor Gaming has released a sports betting mobile app called CG Technology. Cantor runs sports books out of several Las Vegas casinos including Silverton, Palms, Tropicana, Cosmo, and the M.
Sports Connection Mobile
Station Casinos offers a sports betting app called Sports Connection. It is available from all Stations and Fiestas, the El Cortez, and Wildfires. They also offer a sign up bonus and 0.1% points.
William Hill US
I already use the William Hill mobile app for sports wagering outside of Nevada, but there are a ton of locations in Las Vegas that offer William Hill Sports wagering, so making deposits and withdrawals should be easy. They also offer 0.1% points on wagers.
B Connected Sports
Boyd Gaming has come out with its own mobile sports App called B Connected Sports. It sounds much like the other sports betting apps available in Nevada. Customers can make deposits and withdrawals at 6 Boyd casinos. I’m not sure if players received comps related to their wagers.