The Las Vegas Review-Journal reports that South Point is now the fourth company to offer a mobile betting application. It launched after its service at five Nevada locations, including four in Las Vegas.
The free app is now available to download for all iOS and Android based devices. Those familiar with the William Hill mobile offering should notice some similarities between it and the newly released South Point app.
South Point began advertising the app in its sports book on Friday in preparation for its arrival. Gamblers with questions can visit nvsportsbooks.com for assistance.
A minimum $100 deposit is required. In order to play, the device must be physically located within the state of Nevada. Those located outside of state lines can sign up and fund accounts, but cannot play. The app will also not operate on jailbroken devices.
South Point sets the lines featured in the app and offers customers the ability to collect winnings or deposit funds at four additional properties participating in Nevada Sports Books. Those properties include Cannery, Eastside Cannery, Virgin River casino, and Rampart.
The only type of bets not offered through the app are parlay cards or pari-mutuel racing. Other competitors in the market space offering a mobile betting app are Cantor Gaming, Station Casinos and William Hill.