Reno-based casino Atlantis Casino Resort Spa has launched a new mobile betting app for its Race & Sports Book players through a partnership with Miomni Gaming.

Miomni said that it canvassed expert opinion and guest feedback to design the app, which is currently available for mobile on iOS and Android devices. Players can bet as little as $1 from anywhere within the state of Nevada.

David Farahi, chief operating officer for Monarch Casino & Resort, parent company of Atlantis, said that it was an exciting time for the resort.

“Our new Race & Sports Book app combines the latest technology with a guest friendly interface to ensure ease of use,” he said. “Working very closely with Miomni, we are confident our app is the best in the industry, as well as the fastest and most easily accessible.

“After diligent research and extensive testing, the result is a dynamic app that allows guests to earn Atlantis comp points without ever having to leave their homes.”

Mike Venner, CEO of Miomni Gaming, added: “We are very excited to be working with Atlantis Casino Resort Spa and taking our technology into Reno. Atlantis saw the benefits of working with the Miomni technology and utilizing our built in geolocation technology, as well as the ability for our middleware platform to cache live gaming data to deliver an extremely fast and efficient service to any internet-based device.

“We also have the ability to distribute live data feeds and video to enable an elevated and enhanced betting experience for the user.”

Prior to downloading the app, guests aged 21 years and older must enroll in person via Atlantis’ Race & Sports Book. From there, they will be able to load an initial balance in their account, and then place sports bets via their mobile devices. The app includes real time data to keep players up-to-date on the latest statistics and odds.

With offices in the UK and the US, Miomni Gaming received approval by the Gaming Board of Control in Nevada last July, allowing the company to offer clients its gaming middleware platform, geolocation technology and mobile race and sports betting product.

Last year, Miomni secured a deal with Boyd Gaming to provide its cloud-based middleware and mobile gaming apps to the US casino operator. Boyd trialled the company’s services from the Orleans casino in Las Vegas and will work with Miomni to roll out the service across the state of Nevada.

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