Legal Sports Report

South Point – Nevada Sports Books Mobile App

Nevada Sports Books is the app operated by South Point.

The same company manages the sports book at Rampart in Summerlin. Both use the same Nevada mobile sports app.

Nevada Sports Books uses the same app platform as William Hill. It is licensed to the casinos by the software provider but the lines are independent.

The same goes for payment processing. The only similarity between William Hill and Nevada Sports Books is the software.

Types of sports bets accepted by Nevada Sports Books wagers

Nevada Sports Books accepts wagers on:

  • Football
  • Baseball
  • Basketball
  • Hockey
  • Golf
  • Tennis
  • Soccer
  • Auto racing

Boxing and UFC are on the board during special weekends. Straight bets, wagers, teasers, futures and prop bets are offered.

Nevada Sports Books app deposit bonus

Nevada Sports Books does not offer a first deposit bonus.

Nevada Sports Books app deposit options

The only way to deposit is to visit a sports book related to Nevada Sports Books. This includes South Point, which is south of the Las Vegas Strip. The other location is at Rampart in Summerlin.

Cash is the only form of funding available. The minimum deposit is $100.

Nevada Sports Books app withdrawal options

The only way to withdraw from Nevada Sports Books is to visit a sports book in the group. Those are South Point and Rampart.

Land-based casinos related to Nevada Sports Books

South Point is the flagship of the Nevada Sports Books group. It is located on Las Vegas Blvd south of the Strip.

Rampart is located near the Rampart Blvd. exit on Summerlin Parkway. It is next to Suncoast.

Advantages Nevada Sports Books app has over competitors

The Nevada Sports Books app is smooth. It has few crashes. It works with the wireless on and can access the network over the internet or cell towers.

The types of wagers are above average. The odds on parlays and teasers are in the acceptable range.

The Nevada Sports Book app operates 24 hours a day. All other apps in Nevada go offline in the middle of the night. The minimum bet is $2. This ties it for the lowest in the Nevada sports betting mobile market.

Disadvantages the Nevada Sports Book app has over competitors

The app sometimes fails to close correctly. This requires the user to go into the setting and force it to close.

There are only two casinos to make deposits at and all are in Clark County. This means players in other parts of the state have no way to create or fund an account.

The only deposit option is cash. Players that withdraw must return to the sports book to receive cash. There is no other way to cash out.

The minimum deposit is $100. Most Nevada sports apps have a $50 minimum deposit.

Cricket mobile devices are not compatible with South Point’s app. Those users may still view the betting lines.

The app is average and offers little in the way of features. It is a basic mobile sports betting service that should meet all player demands.

John Mehaffey
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