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Arkansas Matched Betting
Is sports betting legal in Arkansas?
Yes. Voters approved and it came into play in July 2019. Arkansas sports betting is regulated by the Arkansas Racing Commission and sports betting is currently available in 2 physical locations now, however, there is no online sports betting available at the moment.
What websites or apps can I use for matched betting in Arkansas?
At the moment there is no online sports betting allowed. But I believe legislation has cleared so it might be viable in the future. Online sports betting is not available here, you would have to go to a physical premises at the moment to place your bets. This makes is extremely difficult to do arbitrage betting from this state.
Where can I bet on sports in Arkansas?
As of now you can only be on Sports at two of the locations, Oaklawn Racing Casino Resort and Southland Casino Racing.
Who can place bets in Arkansas?
You must be 21 years old to bet on sports in Arkansas.
Sports betting was legalized here in May 2020. However, full online and mobile betting are available in Colorado.
Matched betting possible here, although we would need to do dutch betting as there are no exchanges yet.
Delaware Not Yet
From May 2020, the current law only permits sports betting in physical premises so matched betting is a non starter at the moment..This is currently being mulled over by the big wigs so should soon be available.
Illinois – Soon
Sports betting launched in March 2020 but the physical premises were given a 18 month window to open before the online bookmakers. So it wont be viable here for a while, but watch this space..
Indiana – Yes
There are several online sports books operating apps in Indiana at the moment. So yes, matched betting is a viable option here. As there is no betting exchange you will need to dutch bet until one show up.
Iowa – Yes
Online sports betting is allowed in Iowa, so yes, matched betting is doable here.
Michigan – Yes
Very recently Michigan has come online and a viable option for matched betting as online sports betting is now allowed.
Mississippi – Soon
Sports betting is only allowed in casinos at the moment, but it will likely be changing very soon. Watch this space
Montana Not yet
Sports betting online is currently not possible in Montana, you have to go to a kiosk to place a bet, not happening.
Nevada – Yes
Yes, it’s available here but you have to go to a casino to register, a little bit bonkers, but worth it if you’re willing to get stuck in.
As it stands, bettors are currently required to visit casinos to register for online betting. For matched betting in Nevada to be a possibility, residents now need access to a betting exchange.
New Hampshire – yes
Online sports betting is available here.
New Jersey – Yes
Yes, you can do online sports betting here, and even better is that the Betfair betting exchange are currently trialing their services here, that will be a game changer for matched betting in the USA once that takes off.
- William Hill
New Mexico – No
Only is casinos, no bueno
New York – No
You can’t bet online yet, hopefully the sort it out sooner than later.
North Carolina – No
In person betting only – meh
Oregon – No
No online sports betting allowed
You can do sports betting online here, so yes.
Rhode Island – Not Really
Via state-run lotter. William Hill and IGT have partnered with them. You can get some sportsbets done at https://sportsbetrhodeisland.com/sports But it’s still not really enough for matched betting.
Tennessee – Yes
Online sports betting is available here, with BetMGM, FanDuel and Draftkings.
Washington – Not yet
It has been legalized here but there is nowhere to bet yet. So hold onto your hats.
West Virginia – Yes
You can bet with the FanDuel , DraftKings and BetMGM and BetMGM
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