Sports betting on Mobile devices

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Sports’ betting is now a multi-billion pound industry and it is now easier than ever to open and use online betting services via your mobile devices.

In-play betting features prominently on most of the top sports betting mobile apps, offering plenty of markets across a wide range of sporting tournaments all over the world. Some also feature live sports streaming of thousands of events a year.

Online betting companies like Ladbrokes, Bet365 and Unibet offer over 70,000 live streaming events a year, including cricket, which allows players to watch live sports events and make informed bets with the latest odds available. Most of these companies also have unique offers and cash out facilities as well on their cricket betting apps. Mobile players can manage their accounts through the app and can also cash out on selected markets.

The amazing thing about online cricket betting is that cricket is a sport that generates hundreds of possible scenarios to bet on as well as there being over 400 international cricket days a year, there are also over 4000 days of domestic first class cricket matches as well.

Cricket also has three different formats to choose from – 4 - 5 day Test and State or Regional Domestic Cricket, One Day International or Domestic Cricket (50 Overs) and T20 Cricket (20 Overs). Each format has its own intricacies’ allowing players’ greater options in covering the different markets. There is now a major domestic T20 tournament being staged in the top cricket playing countries – the PSL in Pakistan, the IPL in India, the CPL in the Caribbean (West Indies), the T20 Blast in England and Wales, the new Global T20 League in South Africa and the T20 Big Bash in Australia. With all the most talented International cricket players in world taking part, it creates huge interest on a global scale for In Play cricket betting opportunities.

Over the next few years, it is estimated that over £10 billion a year will be gambled on cricket via mobile devices and it is certain that this figure will only increase as different markets across the globe open up to online gaming.