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Your Guide to Where to Bet on Sports

By Tim Heaney

Sep 4, 2021

Legal sports betting in the United States has enjoyed a rise in availability since Congress lifted the national ban on sports betting on May 14, 2018, and the landscape of opportunities for sports fans to wager continues to increase.

As of Nov. 3, 2020, here’s the rundown of

  • 7 states: Physical Sportsbooks
  • 6 states: Full Mobile Betting Allowed
  • 5 states: Partial Mobile Betting
  • 5 states: Betting Method TBD

PHYSICAL SPORTSBOOKS ONLY

ARKANSAS DELAWARE ILLINOIS MICHIGAN MONTANA NEVADA NEW MEXICO NEW YORK NORTH CAROLINA WASHINGTON

FULL MOBILE BETTING

COLORADO INDIANA NEW HAMPSHIRE NEW JERSEY PENNSYLVANIA WEST VIRGINIA

PARTIAL MOBILE BETTING

IOWA NEVADA MISSISSIPPI OREGON RHODE ISLAND

BETTING METHODS TBD

MARYLAND SOUTH DAKOTA TENNESSEE VIRGINIA WASHINGTON, D.C.

Note: These five states have only recently installed sports betting and are developing the specifics of how they will allow wagers to be placed.

The Game Day is not a host site for sports betting in the United States. Please check the sportsbook of your choice for specific terms and conditions surrounding legal U.S. sports betting in your state.





Author

By Tim Heaney

Tim is the Managing Editor of The Game Day. He previously spent more than a decade in the fantasy sports and betting industry. Having written for ESPN, RotoWire, and USA TODAY, Tim received a FSWA award nomination for Best MLB Article and earned multiple Top-5 finishes in fantasy baseball rankings contests. Drop him a line about TV, music, craft beer & pro wrestling.