Tech Byte: Sports Betting App

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Sports Betting Apps

More states are legalizing sports betting. But if you don’t want to make a road trip to the casino, your phone is your next best “bet.”

Let’s look at some apps where you can hopefully score some money betting on your favorite teams.

It’s time to start getting ready for March Madness! Why not enjoy the games, and hopefully make money from them!

DraftKings Sportsbook

Use DraftKings Sportsbook to gamble on not just those college teams, but your favorite pro teams too – from basketball and football to golf and hockey.

DraftKings even has different ways you can bet. You can do it live during the game, or just pick the winner in pools to win prizes.

You can even use it to play casino games, like Blackjack or Roulette.

FanDuel Sportsbook & Casino

Another free app you’ll want to have for sports betting is FanDuel Sportsbook & Casino.

It’s similar to DraftKings, with opportunities to put money on more than 17 sports.

Creators say it’s also easy to quickly and safely cash out your winnings. You can get your money in as little as a day!

Action 24/7 Sportsbook

People who live in Tennessee will want to have the Action 24/7 Sportsbook app.

Just like the other free ones, users can bet on a variety of sports, but this one has bonuses just for those in the Volunteer State.  

BetMGM

The BetMGM app is good for not just winning money on games, but great rewards, as well.

Those can include hotel suites or dinners at award-winning restaurants.

And because of their partnership with MGM Resorts, BetMGM users can also translate their gameplay into time at the company’s resort properties in Las Vegas, Mississippi, and Maryland.

A nice vacation is definitely another win!

Of course, sports betting isn’t legal everywhere. Keep in mind, even if it is allowed, each state has different rules.

For some – like in Tennessee – you can bet online, but for others, you have to do it in person. 

Make sure to do your research, before you put your money on the line.

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