WH Las Vegas will move towards mobile betting

William Hill has been forced to remove their betting kiosks from bars and restaurants throughout Las Vegas because of a new law that prevents any company aside from established casinos to offer sports betting in public spaces without an unrestricted license.

William Hill has decided to instead make a move towards the mobile betting market but will keep some of the kiosks to allow players to fund their online accounts and to check lines on games.

William Hill’s director of business development, Dan Shapiro, said in a statement: “We are repositioning them from kiosks to mobile sports deposit hotspot. You can’t make a bet or withdraw money, but it will accept cash deposits.”

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