Bunker Mode Joins Growing Social Sports Betting Field With ‘High Limit Sports’

Written by:
Aaron Goldstein
Published on:
Nov/04/2012
Bunker Mode Joins Growing Social Sports Betting Field With ‘High Limit Sports’

Bunker Mode, which is looking to become a leader in worldwide mobile sports gaming, has just introduced a new social sports betting app, High Limit Sports

The app is aimed at simplifying sports betting for those who enjoy wagering without the risk of losing real money, according to VentureBet.com.   It is compatible with with iPhone 4, iPhone 4S, iPhone 5, iPod touch (4th generation), iPod touch (5th generation), iPad 2 Wi-Fi, iPad 2 Wi-Fi + 3G, iPad (3rd generation), iPad Wi-Fi + 4G, iPad (4th generation), iPad Wi-Fi + Cellular (4th generation), iPad mini and iPad mini Wi-Fi + Cellular.  An Android platform is slated to be released shortly. This app is optimized for iPhone 5.  Currently most of the professional sports and NCAA Football are supported. 

High Limit Sports and similar social sports betting apps allow fans who wager on games to have the ability to view their bets in real time on a “second screen” mobile device while the social media aspect of the platform helps bring individuals together with common interests, that being sports betting.  It’s a saturated market that has grown fast and currently supports more than 100 titles. 

“Our goal with High Limit Sports was to turn sports betting into a game, removing the complexity of the sports-book experience and replacing it with entertaining features that reward people for playing often,” said Greg Dirrenberger, the cofounder and head of Bunker Mode’s studio. “We’ve created a mobile game that connects fans with their favorite team in an even deeper way while providing a great second-screen experience for tracking live sporting events.”

Description
Challenge your friends for sports betting dominance with High Limit Sports! 

BET ON ALL MAJOR SPORTS

* Wager on NFL, College Football, MLB, NBA, NHL, College Basketball, and CFL games! Plus, we’re adding more sports all the time! 



* Make your wager straight up, or choose to play the odds with the Underdog Bonus to win up to 15 times your bet!

* Game schedules and live score updates in the app!



* Clean and simple navigation; place a bet in seconds!

PLAY AGAINST YOUR FRIENDS

* Add your friends in-app via Facebook or your contacts list!



* Looking for a whole lot of action? The House will always take your bet!

* Track your betting domination with leaderboards featuring wins and chip totals!



* Play the game and show your team pride!

WIN BONUSES AND COLLECTIBLES



* Win special Collectible Chips on featured games throughout the week!



* Log in everyday for your Daily Bonus — that’s more chips for you, on us!

* Keep playing to Level Up and get even more award chips

!

* Earn Premium Chips to unlock more bonuses or trade for Collectible Chips!




** Betting in High Limit Sports is for entertainment purposes only. You will bet and win virtual chips, that can only be used in-game. **

- Aaron Goldstein, Gambling911.com

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