Whether you’re a fan of football, baseball, or basketball, there is an online betting option for you. You can place a bet on a major sporting event, including the Super Bowl and the NCAA Tournament, and calculate your odds. You may even receive a payout bonus, which can help boost your winnings.
Online betting has been legal in the US for several years. However, most states have yet to legalize it. There are only a few states that have fully legalized both in-person and online betting. The list below shows the states that have passed sports betting laws. There are other states that are considering legalizing it.
The first legal online betting market was Nevada. The law requires users to register at a casino. The law also includes a requirement that players first deposit into their account. This law isn’t the flashiest product, but it does offer a broad range of betting markets.
Maryland voters approved online betting in November 2020. The law will allow for 60 sportsbooks online and 30 in-person locations. The law also includes mobile wagering. It is expected to go live in late 2022 or early 2023.
New Hampshire passed its first bill on sports betting in December 2019. It is expected that a few retail betting locations will open in the coming months. However, betting on in-state colleges is not legal.
New Mexico has also passed a bill that will allow for online sports betting. The law allows for 41 different mobile apps. The state also plans to launch a retail casino in the near future.