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Best Sports Games to Play on Your Smartphone

Best Sports Games to Play on Your Smartphone, Reege's Tech Reviews

Best Sports Games to Play on Your Smartphone

 

Mobile gaming has been on the rise, and it’s currently predicted to be the future of gaming for several reasons. Mobile phone technology has greatly improved over the last decade. Newer phones are better able to support complex games, including demanding VR and AR games. And with 5G on the horizon, mobile gaming will only improve from there. Plus, smartphones are far more accessible to the masses than a new console or expensive gear. Why buy another device when you can do everything from one device?

 

Best Sports Games to Play on Your Smartphone, Reege's Tech Reviews

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When it comes to mobile gaming, eSports reign supreme. eSports — which covers sports, first-person shooter, fighting, multiplayer online battle arena (MOBA), and real-time strategy games, among many others — is now a billion-dollar industry that includes millions of dedicated fans (if not more), professional gamers, and global tournaments with cash pools reaching the millions. It’s definitely not something to scoff at.

So, what are some of the best eSports games for mobile? Here are the best of the best:

NBA LIVE Mobile Basketball – Android, iOS

This free app claims to be the most-downloaded basketball app in the world, and it’s one of the highest-rated basketball apps you can get. You can build you own team from current players and legendary players, which is a great way to mix up playing the game and create the ultimate dream team. NBA LIVE also offers weekly content and the ability to play in live events against friends or other gamers.

Madden NFL Mobile Football – Android, iOS

Also free to download, Madden NFL lets you build your team (with current and past players) and play through the season for a shot at winning the Super Bowl. In the game, you’ll manage your team, sign new players, complete tasks to unlock new players, and ultimately face off against MVP Patrick Mahomes. You can also use the Co-op Assist feature to ask friends for help along the way or choose to help others in their quest to win it all.

Best Sports Games to Play on Your Smartphone, Reege's Tech Reviews

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WGT Golf – Android, iOS

WGT Golf features both single-player and multiplayer modes, with the latter allowing you to play against friends and chat while you play. You can play 9-hole or 18-hole games, compete with up to 6 players, and play in tournaments like the Virtual U.S. Open and WGT Virtual Tour Championship. The game has more than 15 championship golf courses, including Valhalla Golf Club, Royal St. George’s, Kiawah Island, and Pebble Beach. WGT Golf also prides itself on a realistic golf simulation with a wide range of equipment from all of the top brands and the ability to join a country club to meet new people and practice your skills.

MLB Perfect Inning 2019 – Android, iOS

This free official MLB game allows you to create the best fantasy team you can imagine, and use that team to achieve glory. All 30 official ballparks are represented to keep things accurate and fresh. Additionally, MLB Perfect Inning features Live Battle Action Play, where you can play against your friends in real time. The 2019 version also has an all-new Club Battle mode and Master difficulty level. It’s a must-have for baseball fans.

FIFA Soccer – Android, iOS

The latest version of FIFA Soccer — which is available for free — has all new features and gameplay options. Graphics are better, and there’s a new Head to Head mode where you can play against others from around the world in real time. You can create your own team with players from more than 550 teams and manage your players on their way to victory. You can also test your skills against other online players in live tournaments.

Besides having a few eSports games, a true sports fan’s smartphone isn’t complete without the best apps for information on current team standings and analysis. Apps like ESPN and DraftKings will help you to stay up to date while also helping you decide on eSports gaming tactics and fantasy league moves.

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