- Google plans to make mobile sports betting apps available in the Google Play Store.
- Currently, sports bettors cannot download apps from the Play Store, but they are available from the iOS Store.
- Sports betting stocks increased after the announcement by Google.
MOUNTAIN VIEW, California – Google has finally and will finally change its stance on regulated mobile sports betting apps Sports betting can now be downloaded from the Google Play Store.
While iOS users can easily download mobile sports betting from the Apple App StoreAndroid users would have to download these apps through third party methods or directly from the sports betting website.
Now, Google is going to make legal sports betting a bit easier for those in the mobile market. These sports bets can be quickly accessed through the Google Play Store.
Google change policy
* Reuters reports that sports betting and online casino apps will soon be available on Google Play
• Sports betting and online casino apps were not allowed in the Play Store due to Google guidelines.
• According to Reuters, this should change soon.
– Roundhill Investments (@roundhill) January 28, 2021
What exactly is happening is that Google is updating its real money gaming, gaming, and competition policies to achieve this Enable gambling companies to build sustainable businesses according to Google.
Initially, the Play Store only allowed gambling operations to be downloaded directly from the Store in some countries such as: France, Ireland and Great Britain
Starting 1st March, The updated guidelines will affect Australia, Belgium, Canada, Colombia, Denmark, Finland, Germany, Japan, Mexico, New Zealand, Norway, Romania, Spain, Sweden and the United States, so sports betting will be on the Google Play Store for these 15 years can reach countries.
Daily Fantasy Sports (DFS) Apps can also be downloaded directly from the Play Store. Google will also allow the display of advertisements from gambling establishments.
Sports betting stocks increase after changes to Google’s policy
The announcement has seen strong growth in sports betting stocks, as companies like it DraftKings, Penn National and theScore After the announcement by Google, the stock values rose.
“This is a major development for all sports bettors on Android and opens up a huge market for sports betting like ours for mobile-only apps,” he said Aubrey Levy, theScore Vice President for Marketing and Content.
TheScore increased 7%, DraftKings was up 6% and Penn National was up 4%. Mobile sports betting is the primary source of sports betting in many markets.
Google’s original restrictions caused great inconvenience, especially since one of the company’s largest competitions in Apple has already approved access through the App Store.
Google is changing its stance Cements legal sports betting as the new norm. The early stigma surrounding legal sports betting is slowly but surely disappearing.
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