There is a growing number of legal sports betting options available in the United States. In many cases, there are more than one site for each sport, so a bettor can choose which site offers the best value.
One of the most popular sports in the United States is college football. The NCAA Tournament is held during the spring and is a favorite among bettors. Many of the nation’s top programs battle for a CFP National Championship.
With that being said, there are still a few states in the US that haven’t made significant progress toward legalizing online betting. North Dakota isn’t a member of the states that allow it, while Mississippi’s stance on retail sports betting remains unfavorable.
Massachusetts has agreed to legalize sports betting in 2022, and the House and Senate have voted for it. Rhode Island has also added online gambling to its list of legal activities.
Several federally recognized tribal groups have been permitted to set up sports wagering facilities on tribal lands. It isn’t clear whether any of these groups have plans to open sportsbooks, though.
Delaware is another state that hasn’t made a major push to legalize sports betting. However, it has been legal to play poker, slots and bingo in the state.
Nevada has been the home of American sports betting for decades. Despite being a state that has limited online betting options, it remains the hub of oddsmaking. Approximately a dozen online sportsbooks are available.