US Sports Betting Apps – State By State
In 2018 the US supreme court finally passed the bill to allow legal sports betting across the USA, previously it had only been available in Nevada. More and more states are getting the legislation in place to start taking bets with New Jersey being the first across the line to legalize sports betting. This means you can now bet on your favorite sports across the states, so we’ve been checking to find you the best apps to bet on. Whether you want to bet on the NBA, MBL, MLS, tennis or other sports – these are the apps for you!
The apps we feature are recommended for iPhone, iPad and Android mobiles and tablets. These may come in mobile sports books or dedicated apps in the App Store or Google Play store. Follow our State by State guide to find where you can bet in your state.
Let’s explain why some of them do not make the grade. As we test the apps individually, we look at the functionalities, is the interface easy to use, is it simple to place a bet on sports, because if the betting app is not user-friendly we feel that it wouldn’t be right adding it to the list of the best American betting apps. That’s why we test each app thoroughly before reviewing them.
The Best US Sports Betting Apps – October 2018
Are you a fan of betting and watching sports? In the US playing and watching sports is like religion. We all absolutely love getting involved in sports or getting behind our favorite team, whether it’s soccer, football, basketball or baseball.. So wouldn’t it be good to be able to place bets straight from your mobile phone or tablet device via dedicated apps or mobile sports books? Then read on for our full guide.
States with full legal sports betting – Our top 3 mobile sportsbooks/ apps
New Jersey is already up and running to accommodate sports betting at venues and online. There are a number of casinos and bookmakers who already have their offerings live and available to bet on. You can check out which betting companies are currently open for online wagering from our New Jersey guide below.
New Jersey betting apps guide – Find the best apps and everything you need to know on how to bet in the state.
On the 1st of August 2018, Mississippi was the second state to go live and bets started being placed straight away. They had pre-approved legislation ready for when the federal ban was overturned. Currently, they do not offer mobile sports betting outside of the 27 land-based casinos in the state. We’ll keep you posted with any updates on any statewide changes to mobile betting.
On the 30th of August 2018, West Virginia joined the sports betting party with their own unique set of rules, which do allow mobile sports betting across the state. They offer betting on all sports apart from High School teams and any eSports events where any participants are under the age of 18.
Four of the twelve casinos across Pennsylvania are currently in the process of petitioning to offer online and mobile sports betting across the state. These are Parx, SugarHouse, Hollywood Casino and Harrah’s Philadelphia. We are expecting more to come on board but as yet none have been approved. Approvals are expected to be handed out in the coming weeks. Once approvals are confirmed the casinos can then prepare their online sports book offering accordingly. This process is likely to take while, especially with casino and poker being prioritised over the sports betting side. We are anticipating online sports betting offerings to begin to become available some point in to 2019. We’ll keep you updated throughout the legislative unravelling process so keep coming back to get the latest developments regarding sports betting throughout Pennsylvania.
Remote apps that can be used across all states where gambling is permitted –
- 12 deposit options - More than any other NJ sports book
- Full sports book and and Casino available on iPhone, iPad and Android
- Mobile sports book available
- Regular Odds boosts.
- In game betting.
- Spin and bet to be in with a chance of receiving 10 x odds.
- Early cash outs.
New developments have been made in the Federal law with PASPA being struck off, opening up the possibility of states outside of Nevada to offer Sports betting services. New Jersey has got the ball rolling, signing a new bill in June allowing gamblers in the state to start legally betting. Over 15 states have already started the process of writing similar bills to pass through the state legislative process in order to accommodate the abolition of PASPA and the allowing of regulating/taxing sports betting across the USA.
William Hill has now begun to offer their services at Monmouth Park from the William bar and The Borgata in Atlantic City have introduced sports betting and off-track wagering to their list of services. We expect many more establishments to crop up in the near future. Online gambling is still prohibited for the time being, due to a stipulation of allowing 30 days from when the Bill passed (11th June) before any online gambling will be allowed in the State. We will keep you updated. It is also important to point out that in order to gamble in the State of New Jersey, you need to be aged 21 or older.
Pennsylvania, West Virginia and Mississippi should seem have been quickest here to get things moving so we will be expecting these states alongside New Jersey to be among the first to have a fully regulated system in place and for US Sports betting apps to appear. Keep tuned with us here at bettingapps.com and follow us on Twitter and we will update you on any further proceedings as and when they happen.