SportsBetting.ag Mobile App Review 2021

Updated October 21, 2021
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Mobile App Pros & Cons

  • Site optimized for all screen devices
  • Downloadable app for poker playing
  • Seamless mobile experience
  • No download necessary (except poker room)
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SUMMARY

Sportsbetting.ag Mobile App Review 2021 - Real Money

The majority of web traffic today comes from mobile — as in a cell phone or tablet. That’s especially true in the world of online betting. Thanks to handy mobile devices, bettors can now bet whenever and wherever they want, not just while at home on their big computer. This bet-wherever-you-are shift has upended how wagering happens.

Betting sites have responded accordingly with unique mobile wagering experiences and Sportsbetting.ag is no different. This review will give you the full lowdown on the bookmaker’s mobile-playing experience with zero biases whatsoever. We’ll cover the must-knows — betting on the go, mobile betting features, payment methods, and a whole lot more! There’s a lot to get into so let’s jump right in.

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Sportsbetting.ag Mobile App Features

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Let’s clear something up: mobile Sportsbetting.ag does and doesn’t have a stand-alone app — ya know, like the ones you download straight to your iOS or Android device. A downloadable app like that exists for the site’s poker room only — not the sportsbook or casino.

However, that doesn’t mean you can’t bet sports or the casino from mobile. You certainly can, but this all done from a regular web browser (accessed from your phone or tablet). Most betting sites have shifted in this direction, building responsive websites instead of downloadable apps. A well-built responsive site — like the one found at Sportsbetting.ag — works seamlessly no matter what screen size you’re on.

Moreover, there’s no drop-off in features from the regular desktop site and the mobile one. None. Speaking of features, let’s cover what you can expect from each of Sportsbetting.ag’s distinct platforms next.

Sportsbetting.ag Mobile Sportsbook

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Remember earlier on in our review when we said mobile has completely upended betting? We weren’t fibbing and that’s most apparent in sports wagering. In the last decade, in-play or live betting has surged in popularity as bettors can track games and lines as the game unfolds in front of their TV. You see this on Sportsbetting.ag’s mobile experience, which has a live betting feature in the main menu.

Live betting works like it’s suppose to work on Sportsbetting.ag. Odds are in a constant state of movement, which means you have to be ready to pull the trigger fast — especially in sports like basketball and football where plays happen in 20-to-40-second spans. In our experience, the mobile site had no problem refreshing in-play odds.

Of course, you can also wager pre-game and half-time lines from the Sportsbetting.ag mobile site. In fact, you’ll find more wagers available for these traditional bets than in-play. Sportsbetting.ag has a humongous sports betting menu that includes all the usual suspects (NFL, European soccer, MLB, NBA) and even less-followed sports (cricket, motorsports, rugby). All those sports will have traditional betting lines available, but only the more marquee leagues and games will be bettable live.

Sportsbetting.ag Poker App

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Play-in poker tournaments, heads up, cash games — that’s all available to play in the Sportsbetting.ag app poker room. Any poker room, no matter the site, is made or broken by how much traffic it regularly attracts. Sportsbetting.ag is a reputable name in the online space so it’s never hard to find a game and players to battle it out with.

There’s a monthly leaderboard for poker at Sportsbetting.ag too. This is a great feature that accomplishes two things. One, it rewards the top-performing players that rank high that given month. Two, it builds a sense of community inside the poker room. It’s a win-win as far as we’re concerned.

Like we said before, the poker room is a separate download on Sportsbetting.ag. The download is NECESSARY for poker playing as it won’t work on a regular mobile-based web browser like the sportsbook. This poker app is available on both iOS- and Android-powered devices. We messed around with the poker app using an iPhone and didn’t experience any problems.

Sportsbetting.ag App Bonuses

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Promotions at Sportsbetting.ag are one size fits all. What you see is what you get — and that goes for desktop betting or mobile. The site has a promotions page in its navigational menu that sums up every deal running at the moment. It’s a nifty page for getting pertinent info on current deals without having to jump through hoops.

Here’s a go-to bonus you should be aware of: the sportsbook welcome bonus, available to first-time players only. This is a 50% match on a newbie’s first deposit that can reach $1000 in free play when maxed out.

The deal above applies to deposits made using cash. But the deal actually gets better for crypto users. By using a digital currency to make the first deposit, the match percentage shoots up to 100% (the max bonus stays at $1000). That’s more “bang for your buck” at half the cost.

Sportsbetting.ag Payment Methods

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One of the site’s biggest strengths is its banking methods. When it comes to both crypto and bank cards, Sportsbetting.ag has one of the widest selection of payment methods available in the marketplace. Here are the available options:

  • American Express
  • Bank wire
  • Bitcoin
  • Check
  • Discover
  • Ethereum
  • Litecoin
  • Mastercard
  • Money order
  • Person-to-Person
  • Ripple
  • Stellar
  • USD Stablecoin
  • VISA

How To Download And Experience The Sportsbetting.ag Mobile App

As we pointed out before, there is no download necessary to gamble on Sportsbetting.ag mobile app, sans the poker room. This hassle-free-way of playing saves space on your phone. To bet on Sportsbetting.ag using a cell phone, just use the web browser and navigate to the site. It’ll automatically scale to fit your screen size and work seamlessly from there. Easy as that!

App System Requirements

Alright, let’s talk about the poker room. To download on your iOS and Android device (both are well supported), you’ll need to scan a QR code on the Sportsbetting.ag site. This code is mentioned on the poker page. It’s the only way to download as the app can’t be found on the Apple App Store or Google Play Store.

To successfully download, you’ll need to be using at least an iPad 3 or iPhone 5 device (or higher, of course), which most should be unless you haven’t upgraded your phone or tablet in a decade. On Android, the download works on 6 and higher.

Sportsbetting.ag Mobile Casino

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The casino inside Sportsbetting.ag is stocked — and we mean stocked — with games. Table card games, slots, video poker, live dealer, all the casino options you’re accustomed to are available here. All in all, there are well over 100 games to play.

It’s a lot of games to go through, but thankfully, Sportsbetting.ag offers a special bonus to casino players. The first three deposits into the casino will be matched dollar-for-dollar (100%) up to $1000 each time. So you’re looking at a cool three grand to gamble with “on the house” when maxed out.

Sportsbetting.ag App Conclusion

It’s hard to find fault with Sportsbetting.ag’s mobile experience. It works exactly as the real desktop site does — and that’s exactly how an ideal mobile app is set-up. No extra, no missing features, nothing. Just straight betting on the go, which will only continue to escalate in popularity as technology and Internet speeds keep going up.

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Tony Castle

Tony Castle is one of the best out there, an excellent writer with a true love for sports. He learned his craft at University study English writing, before moving into his current role as an independent sports writer and journalist.