Despite the fact that the legalization of sports betting in Maryland was unanimously approved by the Maryland Lottery and Gaming Control Commission, some questions still remain. For instance, how will golf betting in the Tour business look? Will it be limited to online operators, or will it become a new avenue? How about in-play betting?

There are two main kinds of sports betting, including in-play and moneyline. In-play betting is based on live events, and is not a pre-game wager. It is also less likely to include an over-under or money line, as well as a spread.

Moneyline bets are placed on the winner of a match or tournament. For example, a moneyline bet on the Baltimore Ravens could be the home team, and the Ravens’ opponent would have to beat the Philadelphia Eagles. In-play bets are more likely to be on the next point in a basketball game or on the next tennis point.

While there were predictions that more than 100 skins will be ready for the NFL’s launch, only seven have launched today. These include BetMGM, Parx, Rivers Casino, Caesars, SuperBook, and DraftKings.

These Maryland sportsbooks offer a variety of custom markets, and offer frequent odds boosts and free bets. You can also get special deposit match deals. Some Maryland sportsbooks offer refunds for your first wagers.

The Sports Wagering Application Review Commission (SWARC) is responsible for overseeing the licensing process. It has issued a final approval for 17 sportsbook operators, and initiated background checks on all of them. In addition, the commission ensures that Maryland sports betting includes minority-owned businesses and women.