In this day and age, the world of online sports betting is bigger and better than ever.  Legal regulated sports betting legislation has now passed in 17 states, enabling a large percentage of Americans to bet online, and a dozen more have it in the works.

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This portion of our website is devoted to keeping sports bettors up to date on all the sates in which you can legally bet on sports online.

The following states are amongst the 17 which currently have regulated sports betting:

  • Arkansas
  • Colorado
  • Delaware
  • Illinois
  • Indiana
  • Iowa
  • Nevada
  • New Hampshire
  • New Jersey
  • New York
  • Michigan
  • Mississippi
  • Montana
  • Oregon
  • Pennsylvania
  • Rhode Island
  • West Virginia

How and Where to Bet Sports Online

There are a number of different ways to make a bet online for sporting events in the United States in 2020.

While traditional gamblers might still rely on brick and mortar shops or telephone betting services, the most common way these days is betting via websites.

There are hundreds of sites where players can make a bet online nationwide.  Many are traditional staples of the sports betting market such as William Hill or Bet365.  Some have pivoted from the explosion of DFS such as DraftKings and FanDuel.  While others still are looking to make a name for themselves in the new online market such as Sugarhouse and PointsBet. 

Using these online sportsbooks has become the most popular option for many reasons including the ease of use.  They are far and away the easiest and most convenient way to wager on sports in the 21st century.

Frankly, all you need to do is be in a state that offers legalized sports betting online, find a site you like and sign up to bet online. We understand that states who have legalized online sports betting and the website operating those states are in constant flux.  With that in mind, we thought it best to keep an updated list of states offering online sports betting and the websites that operate within them.

List of Licensed Sports Betting Websites

States With Legal Online Sports Betting:

New Jersey

The Garden State has quickly become one of the biggest markets in sports betting after launching in 2018.  Legal betting can be done at sportsbooks in casinos, racetracks, and on mobile apps statewide.

Here is an updated list of sportsbooks in New Jersey that allow a bet online:

Indiana

Indiana sports betting went live back in October of 2019 with both mobile and in-person wagering available.  Mobile betting now makes up for 80% of all bets placed in the Hoosier State.  Betting is regulated by the Indiana Gaming Commission and consists of the following legal sportsbooks:

Colorado

Voters in colorado approved legalized sports wagering statewide in November of 2019.  Sports betting has been live since just May of 2020 and will be shown off during the upcoming NFL & NCAA football wagering seasons.

There are currently just three options to bet online in the Centennial State as of July of 2020:

Pennsylvania

Sports betting in PA has quickly become big business since its launch before the 2019 NFL season.  A number of brick and mortar sportsbooks were joined first by DraftKings & FanDuel.  Here is the list of current online sportsbook available in PA residents:

New Hampshire

New Hampshire sports betting legislation was voted on and passed in July of 2019.  The State launched mobile betting via the DraftKings app in early 2020 with brick and mortar locations to follow. 

The state lottery oversees sports betting in New Hampshire and DK is the only approved app as of July 2020.

Nevada

Nevada has had legalized sports betting since 1949 and was the first state to regulate the previously mob-run operation. Sure, Sin City has a ton of sportsbook on the ground, but here is the list of current online bet options for residents of Nevada:

  • William Hill
  • Wynn
  • CG Technology
  • Station Casino
  • Boyd
  • South Point
  • MGM
  • Atlantic Reno

West Virginia

West Virginia officially has sports betting, including online wagering, in 2020.  As of July 2020, there are only three options for online sports betting in WV:

Iowa

Sports betting in Iowa launched in August of 2019 with 13 of the 19 in-state casinos offering online bet wagering via six websites.

Sports bettors will have to go to whichever casino is partnered with their specific app to register.  Once done, wagers can be made anywhere statewide.

Here are the current online sportsbook available in Iowa:

  • DraftKings Sportsbook
  • PointsBet
  • Hard Rock Sioux City
  • Q Casino
  • Elite Sportsbook
  • William Hill

Rhode Island

Rhode Island sports betting has been live since the fall of 2019, albeit in a limited capacity.  As of July 2020, the only place to bet is through the state lotteries partnership with William Hill.

Other States Allowing a Bet Online

There are a number of other states who have passed legislation and either have yet to establish a market or a very limited one.

  • Mississippi sports betting must be done within a land or water-based casino as of now.  State regulations allow for mobile betting but players must be on casino property.  Just a single casino has incorporated this feature to date.
  • Oregon’s state lottery launched online sports betting back in October of 2019 with The Scoreboard app the primary option.
  • Michigan legalized sports betting in December of 2019 but has no live websites active.  Online sports betting is expected in early 2021. 
  • Tennessee is rather unique in that legalized sports betting is ONLY available online.  Nothing is live yet, but we should see a lot of different and diverse options in Tennessee by the end of 2020.
  • Virginia only just legalized sports betting in April of 2020 but should see some active sites by the end of the year.
  • New York has recently legalized sports betting at brick and mortar sportsbook but online betting has not made it quite yet.

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