Betly Sportsbook is now available to Arkansas iOS users.The company this week announced the launch of its new Apple iPhone app.
“It took a little time to work through the respective app store processes, but now the Betly.com app is readily available for download,” Luisa Woods, vice president of marketing for Delaware North’s gaming division, said in a news release. “Everyone in Arkansas who wants to can have fun with ongoing pro basketball playoffs and other wagering opportunities.”
Betly is partnered with Southland Casino Racing in West Memphis. The resort debuted its Betly Sportsbook platform on web browsers on March 5, in time for the March Madness basketball tournaments.
Android users can still use Betly through their device’s internet browsers and by downloading the Betly app from Betly.com. However, a Betly app has yet to go live on the Google Play Store.
Betly’s latest launch makes it the first online and mobile sportsbook in Arkansas sports betting to feature a mobile app available for download in the Apple App store.
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Update on Other Arkansas Apps
As Betly launches its sports-betting platforms, BetSaracen’s release remains on pause.
BetSaracen, the platform from Saracen Casino Resort in Pine Bluff, had planned to go live days after the Arkansas Joint Budget Committee approved the online sports betting rules.
After approval from the legislative committee, March 4 was set as the date mobile sportsbooks could begin accepting bets across the state.
However, Saracen and the state’s other casino, Oaklawn Racing Casino Resort in Hot Springs, have yet to announce when their online sports wagering apps will be available.
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Arkansas Sports Betting History
Sports bettingbecame legal in Arkansas in November 2018 and is offered by in person at sportsbooks inside Southland Casino, Saracen Casino Resort and Oaklawn Racing Casino Resort.
After a vote by the Arkansas Racing Commission, internet sports betting was legalized in early 2022.
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