A beta for a new online sports book app from EA Sports is about to roll out.
The beta will begin tomorrow and go live to a few dozen customers on Monday, and it will allow users to sign up to play and participate in a game before the app is fully launched.
This is the latest example of the EA Sports mobile app continuing to gain traction.
It was also recently released for the iPad and iPhone, and there’s a lot of potential for it to gain a foothold on mobile devices, particularly in the U.S.
A beta for Madden NFL 18 was announced back in January and has now been downloaded over 100,000 times.
EA Sports has yet to provide a timeline for the beta launch, but it could happen sooner rather than later.
For now, users can sign up for a beta through the app and get a notification once it is live.
This beta will allow the app to automatically add and remove games and competitions, which will allow players to play more games and compete more often.
Players who participate in the beta will also be able to track their progress in their team’s history.
It will also allow the player to receive notifications when a new game is released or when a match is announced.
This feature will allow EA Sports to keep track of the number of active users in their app, which could help to track user retention and growth.EA Sports also announced last month that it will be launching a new version of the app on iOS, Android and Windows 10.
This new app will include more sports betting and esports information, including a weekly live score tracker and stats page for the league and games.
The app will also add an option to buy and sell tickets, a feature previously unavailable on the app.
As we mentioned last week, the NFL app is now free to download and play.
It can be downloaded for free from the App Store and Google Play.