12 months on from potentially being one of the first states to legalize land-based and online sports betting in the United States, North Carolina’s legislators are back on course to giving the Tar Heels State’s bettors the opportunity to wager on sports legally. North Carolina hasn’t garnered many headlines in the race to legalize sports betting of late following the derailed first attempt to get legal sports wagering over the line, however, several state leaders hope to change that as soon as possible.
Indiana’s State Gaming regulators, have begun accepting applications from July 1 from the Hoosier State’s casinos, horse-racing ‘racinos’ and off-track betting facilities to conduct legal sports betting. Whilst hoping the rollout will begin in earnest to coincide with the biggest sports betting period of the year (NFL and college football), they’ve made no promises in being able to meet the September 1 launch date goal for both in-person and online sports betting.
For those hopeful that the launch of Pennsylvania online casinos was imminent when the Keystone’s State’s law passed back in 2017, they were unfortunately wrong. However, the wait will finally be over on July 15 2019 when PA online casinos no longer will be a fantasy, and my, how the PA online players are looking forward to it!
Sports bettors in the Land of Lincoln will soon be able to place a bet on their favorite team like the Bears, Cubs, White Sox & Blackhawks after Illinois last week joined the big sports betting states like Pennsylvania, West Virginia, New Jersey, Nevada, Delaware, Mississippi, Rhode Island and New York as states that have adopted legalized sports betting.
PlaySugarHouse was the first online sportsbook to make its way into the fledgling online Pennsylvania sports betting market. You can access the PlaySugarHouse.com website on your computer and if you are within Pennsylvania state lines, you will be redirected to the correct site. It’s also possible to download the SugarHouse Sportsbook app if you are an Android user. However, for those online sports bettors with an iPhone in PA, there is no SugarHouse iOS app for you to place your wagers.
Pennsylvania looks set to introduce legal online sports wagering any day now. With that in mind, our panel of sports betting experts here at Betting Top 10 USA have put together everything you need to know on how we arrived where we are with sports wagering in the Keystone Stone, and when we can place
With online sports betting expected to begin any day now in the Keystone State of Pennsylvania, it’s prudent to temper your expectations on how successful the online sports betting industry might be straight out of the gate. Yes, its true that New Jersey’s online and bricks-and-mortar sportsbooks like 888sport have been experiencing month-after-month of record