One of the most interesting developments in the ever-growing sports betting market is the rise of official betting partners for the NFL. A number of teams have partnered with companies to provide players with access to the latest in mobile betting technology. Those partnerships are expected to grow even more in coming seasons.
The MLB has two official sportsbooks. These are both mobile friendly and offer an array of payment options. Betfair has been in the business for 30 years and offers a variety of specialty sports. Bovada also has a wide selection of betting games and markets and accepts both traditional and crypto-currency bets.
There is a lot to choose from, including a dedicated NHL and NBA betting app. If you’re into horse racing, there are three tracks you can wager on in Texas, and only three that have been approved by the state. In terms of sports betting technology, iOS and Android apps tend to offer the same features.
While it isn’t uncommon for sportsbooks to offer a free bet, the free stuff is often not the same as the freebies offered to the masses. Some mobile apps even offer “risk-free” deals where you can get a refund for losing bets up to a certain threshold.
For example, the best betting app for the NHL is the Hockey app at Bovada, and the best betting app for the NBA is the DraftKings app. Both apps offer a range of payment options, from Visa and MasterCard to Bitcoin and Litecoin.