A bettor can now log into their Snapchat account to bet on any NFL game, including games on ESPN and Fox Sports, according to a report from TMZ.
This is not the first time that Snapchat has allowed bettor access to betters’ account information.
Betting is still restricted to teams and individual players.
Snapchat’s bettortv functionality was first introduced in September of last year, but the company has since expanded the functionality to allow bettour access to teams, players, and events as well as events from the teams and individuals that are currently participating in a bet.
Users can bet on an event from the NFL including home games, road games, and playoff games, the TMZ report said.
Snapchat users can use their account details to bet online or to access the app on a desktop or mobile device.
The company also added a special feature that allows bettours to set up a bet for a specific event.
For example, a bettor may create a bet that will be sent to their phone, iPad, or laptop and then check in on the bettor’s account.
The bettor will receive a text notification that their bet is complete.
The bettor then may check the bettout and receive their bet when their account is full.
Snapchat users can also bet on individual NFL games, which are typically held at NFL stadiums and have a minimum bet of $1,000.
These are usually broadcast on ESPN or Fox Sports Network.
Snapchat also has added an event betting feature that lets users bet on the game between the Oakland Raiders and the Kansas City Chiefs.
The Raiders won, 24-24, in Kansas City on Sunday.