June 2015 Sports Book News

CGTechnology: Week 1 lines are up for main board NCAA football including totals for 11 of the bigger matchups. Stratosphere posted lines July 3rd and continue to put up numbers for NFL and NCAA football before almost all the bigger books in town.

Aliante: The mobile app for the Aliante sports book has been available for a few weeks now and is getting good reviews. They offer a wide menu of bet options (more than any other using the Miomni platform) and they also give player card credit for all bets on the app. Search “Aliante Sports” in the Apple and Android Stores to download. Aliante FAQs

PropSwap: Billed as a stubhub-type marketplace for sports bets, propswap.vegas is now live and accepting bet tickets for listing. Details on how to buy or sell a sports ticket are available at PropSwap

DFS: The baseball card price guide and grading company Beckett announced this week that they’ve acquired a fantasy sports platform and that they are in the process of launching Beckett Fantasy Sports.

Detroit Tigers: After Mondays 12-5 win at Seattle the Tigers have played 17 straight games to the OVER. Tuesdays game has them at Seattle with an overnite total of 7.5.

BetPhoenix/BetMania: Bitcoin is now a deposit option at these books. Withdraws are in the works but it looks like fees and low limits will be in force making them uncompetitive with other books offering Bitcoin transactions.

Golden Nugget: Updated Lines for Golden Nuggets College Games Of The Year
Nugget GOY Lines

Golden Nugget: Entries are now being accepted for the Golden Nugget Friday Football Showdown.
Entry fee is $2000. What was previously an invitational contest is now open to the public.

5Dimes: Deposits via Amazon Gift Cards are now being accepted with no fees. Amazon Deposits

Betmania/BetPhoenix: 3-way soccer lines at this family of books now mimic Pinnacle prices resulting in the lowest juiced lines available outside of the exchanges.

Westgate Las Vegas: SuperContest sign-ups have begun and the payout structure will remain the same as in years past. Management had considered adding an administration fee amounting to 10% but decided against it, at least for this season. Payouts remain 100% of entry fees plus
additional bonuses.

5Dimes/VietBet: Withdraws via Paypal now available to US players.

Golden Nugget: College Football Games Of The Year opened for betting at 1:30pm June 26th. Limits were set at $1000 on the 166 games posted and approx 25% had at least a 1 pt move in the first wave of betting.

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