Caesars to Launch Mobile Sports Betting App in Nevada
Caesars Entertainment is planning to launch a mobile sports betting app in Nevada, according to Legal Sports Report.
The app, developed in partnership with Miomni, the award-winning company that specializes in casino, race and sports betting technology, and is expected to launch the first week of September with a full rollout set for the fourth quarter of 2017, Frank Kunovic, Caesars Entertainment director of specialty games, confirmed to Legal Sports Report.
Caesars is one of the last major Nevada sportsbook operators to have an app.
Details about the app weren’t yet available, but its functionality is likely similar to other sportsbook apps.
Bettors must at least 21 years old and create accounts in person. Residency isn’t required but bettors must be physically within Nevada’s state borders to wager. Miomni’s partners use its “Mi Location” technology for geolocation.
Minimum deposits range from $20-100, with betting minimums as low as $1. All forms of sports betting are available, including in-game betting, which is limited by logistics in a brick-and-mortar setting.
All current Nevada sports betting apps are available on both iOS and Android. Large operators typically do not award comps or reward points for mobile bets, though many locals’ spots do.