If you live in one of the many states that have legalized sports betting, you can place wagers on all major sports. You can even bet on horse races, including the Kentucky Derby.
NFL Games – The National Football League is by far the most popular sport in the United States and the majority of bettors make their wagers on Sunday afternoon games. Most top online sportsbooks will offer NFL action.
Other Sports – The NHL is the only major professional league in the United States that does not have a public position on sports betting. However, some of the league’s clubs have partnerships with bookmakers and have access to in-play betting data.
College Game Bets – Some states prohibit betting on in-state collegiate games, while others allow wagering on them. The state of Illinois does not permit online betting on in-state college teams and has not approved any retail books to offer collegiate player props through mobile devices.
In-state College Team Props – The state of New Hampshire did not pass a law to allow online betting on in-state college teams, but has agreed to a six-year contract with DraftKings to make it possible for residents to place wagers on the state’s collegiate teams through the DraftKings platform.
Kentucky Derby – This famous race, held every year in Louisville, has become a national event and is widely watched by people who don’t normally follow horse racing. Whether you’re watching with friends or family, placing a Kentucky Derby wager can be a great way to enjoy the day with the ones you love.