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Caesars to release sports betting mobile app

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d of the NFL season's kick-off, Caesars Entertainment has announced that is launching a sports betting app. According to media reports, the land-based casino operator, which is one of the last major sportsbooks in Nevada to offer a mobile sports platform, has partnered with casino, race and sports betting technology supplier Miomni to extend its betting services.

Although neither party has revealed further details, Caesars Entertainment Director of Specialty Games, Frank Kunovic, has confirmed that the app will undergo a soft launch potentially before the end of this week.

It is expected that Caesar’s new platform will have a similar functionality to other sports betting apps which are already on the Las Vegas market. Bettors must be at least 21 years old, and accounts must be created in person.

Moreover, players must be physically within Nevada’s borders in order to place a bet. All forms of sports betting are available, including in-game betting, and minimum bets will be as low as $1.

All current Nevada sports betting apps are available to both iPhone and Android users.
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