Although legal sports betting in Indiana began on Sept. 1, 2019, online betting didn’t begin until Oct. 3, 2019. We expect mobile sportsbook offers to be available any day, so bookmark this page and check back soon.
Indiana’s sports betting apps still must overcome some regulatory hurdles before they’re launched, but some of the biggest names are already partnering with the state’s land-based operators. Many of these betting brands currently operate with full licenses in other states, so we expect them to launch Indiana betting apps too.
At each of Indiana’s best sportsbooks, you’ll find various bets available. Each type of bet detailed below will be offered on these mobile betting platforms.
Registering for an account with sportsbooks in Indiana is simple from your computer or mobile device. Head to the betting platform and complete the registration form by providing personal details. The information below is Included among the requested information.
Indiana’s sportsbooks offer an array of payment options available for making deposits to your account. Check out the most common methods you’ll find offered by sports betting sites in the state listed below.
There are a growing number of place in Indiana where you can bet on sports. These sportsbook properties are located in licensed casinos on land, riverboat and tribal grounds.
Sportsbooks now open for business in the Hoosier State include each of the following properties:
Indiana passed H 1015, an act legalizing sports betting in the state with physical sportsbooks and online. This measure also authorized licensed casinos and racetracks to open sportsbooks in the state after Sept. 1, 2019.
The state’s sports gambling law allows mobile sports betting throughout the state with licensed sportsbook apps. Limitations mentioned in the law include no esports or wagering on athletes under the age of 18. Any other betting limitations are to be determined by the Indiana Gaming Commission.
The best sportsbooks in Indiana feature the main components you should always be on the lookout for whenever choosing a sports betting platform.
You want to feel confident in a sportsbook’s experience in offering sports betting before you bet with them. Gambling.com always evaluates these key aspects in our reviews of each betting app before adding it to our list of the best in Indiana.
You can bet on sports with Indiana’s regulated sportsbooks. These sportsbooks have physical locations at casinos all over the Hoosier State. There’s also an array of betting apps slated to be offered soon.
You must be at least 21 years old to bet on sports in Indiana. When registering for a sports betting account, you’ll need to verify your identity as well as your age before being able to place a bet.
The Indiana Gaming Commission is responsible for regulating sports betting in the state. The commission is also in charge of casino regulation for all licensed gambling facilities in Indiana.
Credit and debit card transactions can sometimes run into trouble when trying to deposit to Indiana’s online sports betting platforms. These declined credit card deposits with Indiana’s sportsbooks are the remnants of UIGEA, a federal law meant to stop transactions with illegal online gambling sites.
To collect your winnings from Indiana’s online sportsbooks, just select withdraw from the cashier. Choose your preferred withdrawal method then enter the amount you would like to have taken out of your sportsbook account. Submit your withdrawal request and wait to receive your money.
In Indiana, sportsbooks offer betting for events in the major U.S. professional sports leagues and many playing overseas. From the NFL to the NBA, MLB, NHL and all the big soccer leagues in the UK and throughout Europe, the action doesn’t stop there. You can even bet on individual sports such as golf, tennis, boxing and MMA.
Indiana’s casinos feature all types of gambling. Located at large casino facilities, riverboats and racetracks are casino games such as slots and table games. The diverse range of casinos in the state makes room for other kinds of gambling.
The law doesn’t just allow you to bet on sports with licensed sportsbooks at the state’s brick-and-mortar casinos. Indiana permits online betting as well as mobile betting.
Sportsbooks offer bets on every league with teams representing Indiana. Pick the Indianapolis Colts, the NBA’s Indiana Pacers and the NCAA’s Indiana Hoosiers or Purdue Boilermakers when betting March Madness.
You do not have to live in Indiana to bet online. Although you don’t have to be an Indiana resident, you must be physically located somewhere within the state’s borders to place your bets.
Betting in Indiana is completely safe as long as you’re betting with sportsbooks that are regulated by the state. When betting on sports, do it with licensed betting sites and not any illegal offshore providers.
DISCLAIMER: Online Wagering is illegal in some Jurisdictions. It is your responsibility to check your local regulations before playing online. GDC Trading Ltd takes no responsibility for your actions.
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