Expires at Midnight: Get $100 FREE at DraftKings After Sign-Up

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Note: The below offer is good until Sunday at 11:59 p.m. CST. On Monday, sports betting operators in Illinois will no longer be allowed to accept online sign-ups, so you’ll have drive to DraftKings’ casino in East St. Louis, Ill. to create an account.

Attention all sports bettors in Illinois: DraftKings at Casino Queen Sportsbook is about to launch, and they’re allowing early sign-ups. What’s even better, they’ll give you a $100 free bet — no strings attached — after registering for an account.

No deposit is required to claim this $100 bonus. It’s as simple as:

  • Click this link
  • Enter your information
  • Get a $100 FREE bet added to your account

Once DraftKings Sportsbook officially launches in Illinois — which figures to be sooner rather than later — you’ll be able to use your $100 free bet on any market you wish. It can be on the Cubs to win a specific game, the White Sox to win the AL Central … or, if you’re feeling really ballsy, the Bears to win the Super Bowl.

This is a limited-time offer. Claim here to get your FREE $100.

Illinois Sports Betting

Illinois legalized sports betting in June 2019, and it went live in March 2020, unfortunately just days before Utah Jazz center Rudy Gobert tested positive for COVID-19, prompting the shutdown of sports worldwide shortly after.

For a 54-day period during the pandemic, the state lifted its in-person registration requirement, allowing bettors to sign up for accounts online. But that will stop being the case on Monday, July 27.

BetRivers in Illinois was the first to launch in the state, but other books, including DraftKings, FanDuel, BetMGM, PointsBet and others, will be quick to follow with offering online betting.

When DraftKings at Casino Queen Sportsbook launches, it will mark eighth state for the newly-public company in the U.S. They’re currently live in Colorado, Indiana, Iowa, New Hampshire, New Jersey, Pennsylvania and West Virginia.