Wednesday, June 29, 2022

How to Bet on Most Sports in Maryland?

Maryland’s guests and residents can bet on all sports via land-based sportsbooks, except high school leagues and championships.

Brick-and-mortar Sportsbooks

Maryland residents and visitors over 21 can place real-money bets at six locations across the state:

  • BetMGM (Oxon Hill)
  • Barstool (Perryville)
  • FanDuel (Hanover)
  • TwinSpires (Berlin)
  • Caesars (Baltimore)
  • BetRivers (Baltimore)

You can visit the above casinos and bet on any sport you want, including electronic sports. FanDuel offers fantasy sports and daily tournaments you can watch in Live! Casino & Hotel Maryland.

You can bet via your credit card or in cash, including virtual currency.

Online Sportsbooks Coming Soon to Maryland

Marylanders have no access to online sportsbooks and betting apps just yet. Mobile sportsbooks are likely to start operating in the Old Line State in the second half of 2022. Until then, they can play on offshore online sportsbooks.

Here are some of the expected premieres:

Bovada

This sportsbook is the favorite of basketball fans. Their list of prop bets is quite impressive, but Bovada is better known for its profitable future odds.

 When the sportsbook sets foot in MD, adrenaline addicts can take advantage of Bovada’s in-play bets, 100% match-up bonuses, and various promo codes. Bovada also provides 75% match-up bonuses on virtual currency deposits.

DraftKings

DraftKings’ mobile sportsbook and the app are available in sixteen states, but Maryland is not among them just yet. Stay tuned for an update on when the Draftkings Sportsbook Maryland promo code will become available.

Caesars

Caesars sportsbook operates in Baltimore’s Horseshoe Casino Baltimore, so the mobile app and the website are likely to go online soon. Let’s hope the interface will remain just as easy to use.

It’s interesting to see whether Marylanders will fall for Caesars’ generous loyalty rewards and regular bet boosts. New bettors will enjoy an exclusive first deposit match-up of $1,500.

FanDuel

FanDuel does not offer a deposit match-up, and it is unlikely to break this tradition in MD. Instead, the money appears as a credit to your account to place wagers on fantasy and real sports.

FanDuel’s redesigned and optimized app promises to offer Marylanders an unforgettable betting experience.

How Will MD Casino Sportsbooks Go Online?

Casino sportsbooks in The Old Line state will go online soon, but their sites may initially be accessible from betting stations across the casino.

Since the casino’s security officers have already verified the player’s identity, opening an online sportsbook account will not take very long.

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