theScore App Review: New Mobile Betting Hub for US Gamblers

TheScore Review

The official TheScore gambling app (mobile: Android and iPhone) US opening was set for mid-2019. It is now live in NJ in September! This theScore review as such, looks at the agreements surrounding the launch as well as the games and offers that players should anticipate once thescore sports betting app is operational.

Among the talking points of these arrangements is an agreement between theScore, Bet.works, which is a technology firm and Monmouth Park Racetrack, an Oceanport, New Jersey based thoroughbred horse racing track.

As of writing this review, theScore betting app is in the process of getting a license from the New Jersey Division of Gaming Enforcement. Learn more about current TheScore promotions and bonuses.

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About TheScore Sports Betting App

What started as a mobile-first sports experience with the aim of connecting sports enthusiasts and fans to the addictive combo of fantasy information, real-time scores, news, and alerts has moved a notch higher to provide sports lovers with a TheScore gambling app.

With a wealth of sports information and expertise spanning more than 20 leagues, 800 sporting teams and 15,000 plus players, theScore betting app wants to leverage this rich resource to give punters a satisfying experience.

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The Toronto-headquartered sports company that is headed by father and son team of John and Benjie Levy launched their first news-centric app in 2007. It shares are now publicly traded on the Toronto Stock Exchange (TSX). With this entire set of resources, the brand is gearing to open up a sportsbook that targets the residents of new Jersey.

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