William Hill US, a subsidiary of the UK bookmaker, has partnered convenience store 7-Eleven and payment processor PayNearMe to allow its mobile sportsbook customers to make cash deposits at 7-Eleven stores across the state of Nevada.

Customers can generate a payment barcode on their tablet or smartphone by selecting the ‘deposit funds’ option in their mobile sports app menu.

This barcode is then scanned at 7-Eleven stores, allowing them to make cash payments in the chain’s estate of more than 200 stores across Nevada.

“We are excited to partner with 7-Eleven and PayNearMe in providing our customers with now over 350 locations where they can deposit to their mobile sports accounts throughout Nevada,” William Hill US marketing director Michael Grodsky commented.

“The mobile sports app allows our customers a convenient way to bet when they are not enjoying the great atmosphere in one of our 103 Nevada Sports Books.”

The app can be downloaded on any iPhone, iPad or Android device carried by AT&T, Verizon, Sprint, T-Mobile or Boost Mobile.

It allows players to bet on a range of sports such as in-play wagering on American football, basketball, baseball, hockey and soccer.

Its payment partner, PayNearMe, works with a range of high-profile customers such as travel company Greyhound and music streaming service Spotify.

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