Best March Madness Sportsbooks

What are the best sports betting apps for 2019 March Madness Tournament? has the most advanced mobile sports and horse race betting app available to United States players.  The app is well laid out, featuring all the major sports; NFL, NBA, NHL, College Football, College Basketball and Soccer. The app is iOS, Windows Phone, Android and BlackBerry compatible.

A list of the top online sports betting apps for March Madness

  1. MyBookie Sportsbook App
  2. Bovada Sportsbook App
  3. BetOnline Sportsbook App
  4. Fanduel Sportsbook App
  5. Draftkings Sportsbook App
  6. William Hill Sportsbook App

MyBookie Sportsbook Mobile App

If you do not know about MyBookie it is probably because compared to other online sportsbooks they are relatively new. Less than 5 years old they have really grown fast. One reason for the growth is that they are a technology first company. A top of the line mobile interface makes it easy to bet. Another good reason to go with is that you can bet from any state in the US.

For mobile first sports betting. has the best overall interface & Bonus (50% up to $1,000 bonus).

If you are not a customer, you can get a bonus for signing up.

See the current welcome bonus & app interface

Bovada Sportsbook Mobile App

Bovada has been in the online sports betting business for years and it shows with the app. It is fast, functional and secure. It also has more live & prop wagers on a phone than anything you will find in Nevada or New Jersey. Really easy to operate. One really nice thing about Bovada is that you do not need to be in New Jersey or Nevada to wager.

Bovada has a top mobile interface for live betting. The bonus is only 50% up to $250 which is why it is ranked 2nd for sports betting apps.

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BetOnline Sportsbook Mobile App

BetOnline has a unique player prop betting offering that beats everyone else. If you are going to wager on the March Madness and bet on some player props then you have to check out what they offer. A big advantage is you can bet from all 50 states with The interface is good but it takes a couple of bets to get used to. I would recommend that you try it out on a game before the tournament begins. is tops for the bonus offered and while the mobile wagering is easy, the interface takes some getting used to. If betting props & the best bonus offers are important to you then BetOnline is for you

If you do not have an account with then you can get a great bonus. is offering a $50 free play on sports bets. You get a 50% welcome bonus up to $1,000.

See the Mobile Bonus & 50% Welcome Bonus Offer here.

Fanduel Sportsbook Mobile App

I went to New Jersey for a little sports wagering to see how it compared to Nevada. The physical sportsbooks in Nevada out do anything New Jersey has to offer but the mobile wagering in New Jersey is better. I like the Fanduel app for the number of prop bets it has. While it is better than Nevada, it is still behind the offshore apps above. I give them a B for a good start. The biggest drawback for the app is that it is only available in New Jersey. I would rather spend my money on betting than on a trip to New Jersey. I do like the bonus offers on Fanduel, including the $25 parlay insurance. If you are in New Jersey give it a try. If you like it then when you leave New Jersey you can use the Bovada app or the MyBookie app.

Draftkings Sportsbook Mobile App

The Draftkings mobile app is decent. It is better than anything you will find in Nevada but trails the Fanduel app for ease of use. Like Fanduel, the biggest drawback for the app is that it is only available in New Jersey. Do you really want to spend the entire tournament in New Jersey?

William Hill Mobile App

I live in Nevada so I use the William Hill app all the time. I like the app but there is nothing that is exceptional about it. In many ways William Hill is the “McDonalds” of sports betting. The app is like a Big Mac. It is good but it isn’t a steak dinner like you will find offshore. It is functional with a very limited betting selection. Compared to the offshore apps it is like having a flip phone. Yes, it is better than nothing but not worth going to Nevada to use. The $50 welcome bonus offer is almost an insult compared to what the offshore sportsbooks offer for a welcome bonus.

MGM Sportsbook Mobile App

Probably the worst sports betting app I have used. The mobile sports wagering at MGM is a reminder that Nevada has been a protected monopoly for so long that they really are not ready to compete with the offshore sportsbooks or even Draftkings & Fanduel. Even if you are going to watch the College Basketball Tournament at an MGM property. I recommend going across the street and getting a betting account with William Hill and use the William Hill sports betting app while sitting in the MGM sportsbook. Even better. Get one or two of the offshore apps and bet anywhere in Nevada or the entire USA.

About the 2019 College Basketball Tournament

Here’s the full schedule for March Madness 2019, which kicks off on March 17.

March Madness 2019 dates and schedule
Selection SundayN/AMarch 17
First FourDayton, OHMarch 19-20
1st/2nd RoundsHartford, CTMarch 21/23
1st/2nd RoundsSalt Lake City, UTMarch 21/23
1st/2nd RoundsDes Moines, IAMarch 21/23
1st/2nd RoundsJacksonville, FLMarch 21/23
1st/2nd RoundsTulsa, OKMarch 22/24
1st/2nd RoundsColumbus, OHMarch 22/24
1st/2nd RoundsColumbia, SCMarch 22/24
1st/2nd RoundsSan Jose, CAMarch 22/24
South RegionalLouisville, KYMarch 28/30
West RegionalAnaheim, CAMarch 28/30
East RegionalWashington, D.C.March 29/31
Midwest RegionalKansas City, MOMarch 29/31
Final Four, National ChampionshipMinneapolis, MNApril 6/8