William Hill is the largest bookmaker in the state of Nevada, where the competition is not as fierce as it is in Europe, but the costs to operate is a lot larger. The company announced today that they have signed an agreement with 7-Eleven and PayNearMe, allowing their patrons to go to 7-Eleven and deposit funds into their mobile sports account.
Customers can deposit funds into their acount at more than 200 7-Eleven locations around Nevada, where they can generate a payment barcode which they scan on their mobile device. The funds will instantly be credited to your mobile sports account and you are ready to play, simple and easy.
“We are excited to partner with 7-Eleven and PayNearMe in providing our customers with now over 350 locations where they can deposit to their Mobile Sports accounts throughout Nevada,” William Hill US, director of marketing, Michael Grodsky said. “The Mobile Sports app allows our customers a convenient way to bet when they are not enjoying the great atmosphere in one of our 103 Nevada Sports Books.”
The mobile sports account is currently available for all iOS and Android devices, which is carried out by AT&T, Verizon, Sprint, T-Mobile or Boost Mobile.