Over Super Bowl Weekend, Pearl River Resort Introduced New ‘PRR Sports’ Mobile Betting App

Just in time for Super Bowl Sunday, Pearl River Resort launched mobile, on-premise sports betting on Saturday, February 2. The app, called PRR Sports, offers guests the opportunity to bet on professional league and major collegiate sporting events, from anywhere on the Bok Homa and Pearl River properties. Players can place wagers while relaxing in their hotel room, playing a hand in the poker room, dining at one of Pearl River’s restaurants, or even while lounging poolside. While guests must be on-premise to deposit and make wagers, the app works anywhere for lines and scores.

Guests were even able to place live wagers while the Patriots battled the Rams on Sunday. Bet options are numerous: traditional straight bets, parlays, teasers, round robins and more.

The Mississippi Band of Choctaw Indians are the first in the State of Mississippi and first in Indian Country to debut legal mobile betting for sports.

The Resort introduced its Sportsbook five months ago. Since then, Pearl River has paid more than $8 million for winning bets (and that figure doesn’t include Super Bowl winning wagers).

“This new feature to our Sportsbook will offer more flexibility for our customers and bring in even more players. Since the opening of our Sportsbook, we have seen great excitement among our existing players and we are happy that new players from a younger demographic are now experiencing the many wonderful amenities offered by our Pearl River Resort,” said Tribal Chief and Board Chair Phyliss J. Anderson. “We, at Pearl River Resort, are absolutely committed to offering our guests a range of gaming options that make it not only fun to play but also convenient. We are dedicated to making the customer experience a winning experience!”

Quick Bet Kiosks will soon follow—another way to avoid long lines, while engaging in similar bets on professional league and collegiate sporting events. The Sportsbook at Timeout Lounge is open 24/7 for guests to watch their favorite games.