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A Full List of United States Sportsbooks by State: Where All 37 Sites Operate

There are nearly 40 sportsbooks operating legally in the United States now, and it can be tough to keep up.

DraftKings leads the way with 17 states, while there are a handful of books operating in just a single state.

We put together a full list and interactive map of where every sportsbook operates. Red states don’t have full online betting available, green means the book operates in that state, and gray means the state has online betting but the book is not there.

 

There are a few unique situations, like BetParx, which operates as Play Gun Lake in Michigan.

And we’ve only listed sportsbooks that are truly online and available from everywhere in the state. For example, BetMGM is available online only if you’re inside an MGM casino in Mississippi and at Nationals Park if you’re in Washington, D.C.

Here’s a full grid by book, as well.

Sportsbook States
DraftKings AZ CO CT IL IN IA LA MI NH NJ NY OR PA TN VA WV
FanDuel AZ CO CT IL LA IN IA MI NJ NY PA TN VA WV WY
BetMGM AZ CO IN IA LA MI NJ NV NY PA TN VA WV WY
Caesars AZ CO IL IN IA LA MI NJ NV NY TN VA WV
BetRivers/SugarHouse AZ CO CT IL IN IA LA MI NJ NY PA VA WV
Barstool AZ CO IL IN IA LA MI NJ PA TN VA WV
PointsBet CO IL IN IA MI NJ NY PA VA WV
WynnBET AZ CO IN LA MI NJ NY NV TN VA
Unibet AZ IN IA NJ PA VA
Golden Nugget MI NJ NV VA WV
Betway CO IN IA NJ PA
BetFred AZ CO IA LA PA
Bally Bet AZ CO IA IN VA
Fox Bet CO MI NJ PA
theScore Bet CO IN IA NJ
SuperBook AZ CO NJ NV
Circa Sports CO IA NV
BetParx NJ PA MI
Hard Rock AZ IA NJ
PlayUp CO NJ
Fubo Sportsbook AZ IA
SBK (Smarkets) CO IN
Tipico CO NJ
Elite Sportsbook CO IA
Maverick Sports CO
BetWildwood CO
MaximBet CO
Borgata NJ
Action 24/7 TN
Bet365 NJ
SI Sportsbook CO
Sky Ute CO
Q Sportsbook IA
BetMonarch CO
DRF Sportsbook IA
Vie.gg NJ
Betly WV

DraftKings

DraftKings has the biggest presence in the United States, operating in almost every state where sports betting is legal. It also has a one-operator monopoly in Oregon and New Hampshire.

DraftKings
Arizona
Colorado
Connecticut
Illinois
Indiana
Iowa
Louisiana
Michigan
New Hampshire
New Jersey
New York
Oregon
Pennsylvania
Tennessee
Virginia
West Virginia
Wyoming

FanDuel

FanDuel is the market leader in sports betting right now despite being in a few fewer states than DraftKings.

FanDuel
Arizona
Colorado
Connecticut
Illinois
Louisiana
Indiana
Iowa
Michigan
New Jersey
New York
Pennsylvania
Tennessee
Virginia
West Virginia
Wyoming

BetMGM

MGM has flexed its muscles to become the biggest non-DFS sports betting operator in the U.S. Unlike DraftKings and FanDuel, it has a presence in Nevada, though the branding is slightly different.

BetMGM
Arizona
Colorado
Indiana
Iowa
Louisiana
Michigan
New Jersey
Nevada
New York
Pennsylvania
Tennessee
Virginia
West Virginia
Wyoming

Caesars

The casino giant bought William Hill and has been aggressive in marketing and acquiring customers in the early days.

Caesars
Arizona
Colorado
Illinois
Indiana
Iowa
Louisiana
Michigan
New Jersey
Nevada
New York
Tennessee
Virginia
West Virginia

BetRivers/SugarHouse

Rush Street Interactive operates its BetRivers brand in a handful of states, and SugarHouse in New Jersey and Connecticut. It’s the same product.

BetRivers/SugarHouse
Arizona
Colorado
Connecticut
Illinois
Indiana
Iowa
Louisiana
Michigan
New Jersey
New York
Pennsylvania
Virginia
West Virginia

Barstool Sportsbook

Barstool is going live in more and more states but still lags behind some of the bigger books in handle and revenue.

Barstool Sportsbook
Arizona
Colorado
Illinois
Indiana
Iowa
Louisiana
Michigan
New Jersey
Pennsylvania
Tennessee
Virginia
West Virginia

PointsBet

The Australian company is in some of the biggest sports betting states — New York, Pennsylvania, New Jersey, Michigan. It got shut out of Arizona, which is very operator-friendly.

PointsBet
Colorado
Illinois
Indiana
Iowa
Michigan
New Jersey
New York
Pennsylvania
Virginia
West Virginia

WynnBET

WynnBet, attached to the famous casino brand, is in that second tier of operators but has been getting access in more states and has ramped up its acquisition efforts lately.

WynnBET
Arizona
Colorado
Indiana
Louisiana
Michigan
New Jersey
New York
Nevada
Tennessee
Virginia

Unibet

The European sportsbook has made some progress in the United States, operating in six states.

Unibet
Arizona
Indiana
Iowa
New Jersey
Pennsylvania
Virginia

Golden Nugget

DraftKings is in the process of Golden Nugget, which has some good offerings but hasn’t put much effort into marketing.

Golden Nugget
Michigan
New Jersey
Nevada
Virginia
West Virginia

Betway

Another European sportsbook, Betway hasn’t been overly aggressive with marketing but is getting into more and more states.

Betway
Colorado
Indiana
Iowa
New Jersey
Pennsylvania

BetFred

BetFred
Arizona
Colorado
Iowa
Louisiana
Pennsylvania

Bally Bet

Bally launched its sports betting product and bought the Fox Sports Regional TV networks as it looks to be a player in the U.S. space.

Bally Bet
Arizona
Colorado
Iowa
Indiana
Virginia

Fox Bet

Part of Fox Bet is owned by Flutter, which also owns FanDuel.

Fox Bet
Colorado
Michigan
New Jersey
Pennsylvania

theScore Bet

TheScore will look to make a big push into Canada when it launches in April, as the company is headquartered in Ontario. Penn National, which owns Barstool, is in the process of acquiring theScore.

theScore Bet
Colorado
Indiana
Iowa
New Jersey

SuperBook

The famous Las Vegas brand has been slowly expanding into other states, but has been quiet on the acquisition front.

SuperBook
Arizona
Colorado
New Jersey
Nevada

Circa Sports

Circa has the best in-person sportsbook in Las Vegas and some of the sharpest lines in the United States. Expect it to be a player in the U.S. soon.

Circa Sports
Colorado
Iowa
Nevada

BetParx

BetParx
New Jersey
Pennsylvania
Michigan

Hard Rock

Hard Rock had a monopoly on Florida online sports betting for a bit, but that was shut down after just a month of operation.

Hard Rock
Arizona
Iowa
New Jersey

PlayUp

PlayUp
Colorado
New Jersey

Fubo Sportsbook

The TV streaming provider bought Vigtory, a low-juice sportsbook that had not yet launched, and rebranded as Fubo Sportsbook.

Fubo
Arizona
Iowa

SBK Sportsbook (Smarkets)

Smarkets is a prediction market based in Europe that is offering a sports betting product in the U.S.

PlayUp
Colorado
Indiana

Tipico

The German sportsbook has been slow to expand, but signed a huge deal with USA TODAY/Gannett to be its exclusive odds provider.

Tipico
Colorado
New Jersey

Elite Sportsbook

PlayUp
Colorado
Iowa

Maverick Sports

Maverick Sports
Colorado

BetWildwood

BetWildwood
Colorado

MaximBet

Remember Maxim Magazine? It’s a sports betting brand now.

MaximBet
Colorado

Borgata

The Atlantic City casino is operating an online sportsbook only in New Jersey.

Borgata
New Jersey

Action 24/7

Action 24/7
Tennessee

Bet365

Europe’s largest sportsbook launched quickly in New Jersey but has been lurking otherwise, waiting until the acquisition rush dies down before making a bigger push into the U.S.

Bet365
New Jersey

SI Sportsbook

Sports Illustrated launched a sportsbook brand in Colorado in 2021 and merged with 888Sport.

SI Sportsbook
Colorado

Sky Ute Sportsbook

Sky Ute
Colorado

Q Sportsbook

Q Sportsbook is a unique brand, as its owned by the city of Dubuque, Iowa. The casino is owned by Dubuque, and operated by the non-profit Dubuque Racing Association.

Q Sportsbook
Iowa

BetMonarch

Bet Monarch
Colorado

DRF Sportsbook

The Daily Racing Form, a staple at racetracks around the country, launched an online brand in Iowa.

DRF Sportsbook
Iowa

Vie.gg

Vie.gg is an e-sports betting platform online available in New Jersey.

Vie.gg
New Jersey

Betly

Betly
West Virginia

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