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Sports Betting at Prairie Meadows Ready by August 15

Written by:
Gilbert Horowitz
Published on:
Jul/30/2019

Sports betting at Prairie Meadows in Altoona, Iowa will go mobile before the August 15 date when those in the state will officially be able to place bets with in-state operators.

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In order to place bets online, one must first register in-person at the casino.  Residents and visitors alike will can place sports bets in state provided they register in-person first and wager on games within the state's borders.

From the Des Moines Register:

There are no mandatory mobile player wagering limits in Iowa's law, other than what might be set by a sportsbook, Ohorilko said. However, mobile apps must provide an "easy and accessible way" for customers to set deposit, wager or time limits.

"Once a player has established a limit, if they wanted to change it, the rules require a waiting period," he said. The idea, then, is that players who win or lose at an accelerated rate will not be immediately able to make an outsized, impulsive course-correction if they've lost wagers or place massive follow-up bets if they've found themselves on a hot streak.

In-game propositions are prohibited on Iowa teams or those teams playing against them.

Gamblers must be 21 or older.

Altoona is just 20 minutes outside of Des Moines.

- Gilbert Horowitz, Gambling911.com

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