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Indiana Sports Betting
  • Can you bet online? Yes
  • Can you bet in person? Yes

Indiana's sports betting bill was signed into law on May 8, and officially went live on Sept. 1. Mobile betting launched in the state on Oct. 3. By the end of 2019, FanDuel, DraftKings and BetRivers were all operating mobile apps within the state. In the first two full months after launching mobile betting, Indiana averaged a handle of $154.6 million per month.

Welcome to the club, Indiana. Online and retail sports betting are now legal in your state.

Governor Eric Holcomb signed a bill on May 8, 2019, that allowed sports betting in Indiana. On Oct. 3, online wagering began with DraftKings and BetRivers.

Here’s what you need to know about Indiana sports betting.

Indiana Table of Contents

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  1. Sites & Apps to Use
  2. Rules
  3. FAQ
  4. Make Your First Bet
  5. Casinos with Sportsbooks

Indiana Online Sports Betting Sites & Apps

Indiana online sports betting is live with more than five sites and apps operating as of spring 2020.

Use the links below to sign up.

  1. FanDuel
  2. DraftKings
  3. Bet Rivers
  4. PointsBet
  5. BetMGM

Each online operator needs to partner with an existing casino to enter the Indiana market.

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Indiana Sports Betting Rules

Here are a few rules to know about Indiana sports betting.

  • Indiana has online betting and deposits. You never need to step into a casino to bet.
  • No betting on Esports or amateur sports involving athletes under 18. Betting on college sports in the state is allowed.
  • Some restrictions on live betting at the discretion of the Indiana Gaming Commission.

On the operator side, online sportsbooks must pay a 9.5% tax rate and partner with an existing land-based casino.

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Indiana Sports Betting Frequently Asked Questions

You’re all set up with your sportsbook, and you’ve got some basic rules down. So what else do you need to know before thinking about which teams and games you want to bet on? Here are some of the most frequently asked questions we get from readers.

Is sports betting legal in Indiana?

Sports betting is legal and live in Indiana.

Where can I bet on sports in Indiana?

Anywhere inside the state, really. Using the online sportsbooks above, players can bet anywhere using their phones or computers. You can also go to a physical sportsbook at one of the casinos or racetracks that is offering sports betting.

What if I’m from Indiana, but outside the state currently?

Sorry, no luck. You must be inside state borders to bet online at Indiana sportsbooks. They use geo-fencing technology to determine your location.

What if I don’t live in Indiana, but am in the state?

Then you can bet. Indiana is the only state in its area offering full-scale online sports betting, so it’s attracting bettors from nearby Chicago, Cincinnati, Louisville, Michigan and more.

You can still withdraw money when you’re not in Indiana. So if you hopped over the border to bet, you don’t need to go back to collect your winnings.

Can I deposit online?

You can deposit at sportsbooks online, which is a huge value add for consumers. It’s one of the main factors that separates states like Indiana and New Jersey from others like Iowa and Rhode Island, where you need to deposit in person.

What sports can I bet on?

Pretty much everything, at least compared to other legal U.S. markets.

The Indiana Gaming Commission, which oversees sports betting in the state, published a list of every approved sport.

How old do I have to be to bet on sports in Indiana?

The minimum age to bet on sports in Indiana is 21.

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How to Place Your First Sports Bet in Indiana

Wondering how to make your first sports bet in Indiana?

Here’s how, in four easy steps.

1. Pick a Sportsbook (or Sportsbooks)

It’s useful to have accounts at multiple sportsbooks so you can shop for the best lines.

But let’s start with FanDuel. You can get a $500 risk-free bet if you sign up here.

2. Sign Up

Follow the prompts and create an account with FanDuel. They may ask for your social security number or driver’s license to verify your identity and age.

3. Deposit

The best part about legal online sports betting is how easy depositing has become. No more shady MoneyGrams or cryptocurrency deposits.

Use one of the following options:

  • Link your bank account
  • Credit/debit card
  • PayPal
  • Prepaid cards

4. Place Your First Bet

FanDuel should take you right to its sportsbook homepage after your deposit. Now, you’re free to bet on anything you’d like.

If you’re new to sports betting, check out our 11 tips to get started.

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List of Indiana Casinos/Sportsbooks

Indiana has no shortage of casinos, and many have partnered with online sportsbooks to offer a comprehensive sports betting experience.

In addition to these casinos, Caesars also has three off-track-betting shops (OTB’s) that offer sports betting in Indianapolis, New Haven and Clarksville. They’re more like sports bars than casinos.

Ameristar East

  • Sportsbook: DraftKings
  • City: East Chicago
  • Phone: (219) 378-3000


  • Sportsbook: FanDuel
  • City: Florence
  • Phone: (812) 427-7777

Blue Chip

  • Sportsbook: FanDuel
  • City: Michigan City
  • Phone: (219) 879-7711

Four Winds South Bend

  • Sportsbook: None
  • City: South Bend
  • Phone: (866) 494-6371

French Lick Resort Casino

  • Sportsbook: Rush Street (SugarHouse)
  • City: French Lick
  • Phone: (812) 936-9300

Hollywood Casino Lawrenceburg

  • Sportsbook: Kambi
  • City: Lawrenceburg
  • Phone: (888) 274-6797

Hoosier Park

  • Sportsbook: Caesars
  • City: Anderson
  • Phone: (800) 526-7223

Caesars Southern Indiana

  • Sportsbook: Caesars
  • City: Elizabeth
  • Phone: (866) 676-7463

Horseshoe Casino

  • Sportsbook: Caesars
  • City: Hammond
  • Phone: (219) 473-7000

Indiana Grand Casino

  • Sportsbook: Caesars
  • City: Shelbyville
  • Phone: (877) 386-4463

Majestic Star

  • Sportsbook: USA Sports Gaming (BetIndiana)
  • City: Gary
  • Phone: (888) 225-8259

Rising Star Casino Resort

  • Sportsbook: BetAmerica
  • City: Rising Sun
  • Phone: (800) 472-6311

Tropicana Evansville

  • Sportsbook: William Hill
  • City: Evansville
  • Phone: (812) 433-4000

Where Else Is Sports Betting Legal?

Since the U.S. Supreme Court overturned the federal ban on sports betting in May 2018, multiple states have launched robust mobile betting operations. To get a complete rundown on where legal betting stands in your state, check out our complete guide here, but the other states competing with Indiana for mobile betting are New JerseyPennsylvania, Colorado and West Virginia.

  • Nevada (Live)
  • Delaware (Live)
  • New Jersey (Live)
  • Mississippi (Live)
  • West Virginia (Live)
  • Pennsylvania (Live)
  • Rhode Island (Live)
  • Arkansas (Live)
  • New York (Live)
  • New Mexico (Live, limited)
  • Illinois (Live)
  • Indiana (Live)
  • Iowa (Live)
  • Colorado (Live)
  • Montana (Passed)
  • New Hampshire (Passed)
  • Tennessee (Passed)
  • North Carolina (Passed)
  • Washington (Passed)

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