Legal sports betting in the United States has been expanding rapidly ever since the Supreme Court ruled to allow states to legalize it in May 2018. Today, over 30 states have launched their own online or mobile sportsbooks, with more than four actively discussing whether to do so at some point in the future.
The first major sport to see the benefits of legal sports betting was NASCAR, which launched its official betting solution in 2018. This data-driven and highly-engaging betting experience is powered by our own live data, with over 25 in-race bet-types available at the top US sportsbooks including BetMGM, WynnBET, Penn National and Fubo.
Racing: In-race bets — also known as parimutuel wagering – are popular, especially during the slowest betting season of the year (Sundays). These include: “exacta,” “quinella,” and “trifecta.” And, you can bet on a “daily double” or a “daily triple.” A “Pick Six” is a special bet that calls for picking all six of the winners in a race.
College Football: NCAA football is the most popular sport in the country and it’s easy to find a bet on every game. However, laws vary on a state-by-state basis so you should check local regulations before placing a bet.
MLB: Betting is legal on the National League (MLB) and the American League (AL). You can bet on the favorite or underdog team, and you can bet on the total runs scored in a game.