Indiana Online Sports Betting

Updated: Oct 23rd, 2020

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How We Pick the Best Indiana Sports Betting Sites

Gambling.com has spent years evaluating online sports betting sites around the world. Our review of Indiana sites uses the same criteria to determine which sites are the most player-friendly, including:

  • Safety and support: We only recommend sites licensed by the Indiana Gaming Commission, ensuring your accounts are secure. We also engage with support staff to determine response times.
  • Bonus offers: Every online sportsbook offers welcome bonuses to new players. Each of those bonuses comes with its own terms and conditions. We read the fine print to determine which bonuses are the most lucrative and restrictive.
  • Betting odds: Shopping for the most attractive odds and prices is a key to success for every sports bettor. Spreads constantly fluctuate and betting with the most odds-friendly sites will save you money.
  • Sports bet options: Do you prefer making moneyline bets, parlays or in-game wagering? Indiana online sportsbooks all offer a different range of betting options and opportunities.
  • Site and design: The software used at each Indiana online betting site is different. We examine speed, layout and ease of navigation in determining the best mobile sports betting experience on Apple and Android devices.

Online Sportsbooks in Indiana

SportsbookLand-Based PartnerTech PartnerLaunch Date
DraftKings Ameristar East Chicago Kambi October 3rd, 2019
BetRivers French Lick Resort Kambi October 3rd, 2019
FanDuel Blue Chip & Belterra Casino IGT October 26th, 2019
BetAmerica Rising Star Casino SB Tech December 30th, 2019
BetMGM Belterra Casino Roar Digital February 25th, 2020
PointsBet Hollywood Casino PointsBet March 6th, 2020

Next Online Sportsbooks to Launch in Indiana

These are some of the sports betting companies likely to join the Indiana online market soon. Each has either received a license or publicly expressed interest in launching in Indiana.

  • BetIndiana
  • Caesars
  • FOX Bet
  • William Hill
  • theScore

Land-Based Sportsbooks in Indiana

Casino or OTBSportsbook PartnerLocationOpened
Hollywood Casino Lawrenceburg PointsBet Lawrenceburg September 1st, 2019
Ameristar Casino East Chicago DraftKings East Chicago September 1st, 2019
Indiana Grand Racing & Casino Caesars Shelbyville September 1st, 2019
Horseshoe Casino Hammond Caesars Hammond September 4th, 2019
Blue Chip Casino FanDuel Michigan City September 5th, 2019
French Lick Resort Casino Rush Street French Lick September 6th, 2019
Belterra Casino Resort FanDuel Florence September 9th, 2019
Caesars Southern Indiana Caesars Elizabeth September 12th, 2019
Tropicana Evansville William Hill Evansville September 12th, 2019
Harrah’s Hoosier Park Caesars Anderson September 19th, 2019
Rising Star Casino Resort BetAmerica Rising Sun November 11, 2019
Winner’s Circle (OTB) Caesars Indianapolis September 3rd, 2019
Winner’s Circle (OTB) Caesars Clarksville September 12th, 2019
Winner’s Circle (OTB) Caesars New Haven September 19th, 2019

A Breakdown of Indiana Sportsbooks

AMERISTAR EAST CHICAGO

Licensed sportsbooks/skins

  • Sportsbook at Ameristar East Chicago - opened September 1st, 2019
  • DraftKings Sportsbook (skin) - opened October 3, 2019

Retail Sportsbook

Sportsbook at Ameristar East Chicago

Location: 777 Aldis Avenue, East Chicago, IN 46312

Hours of Operation

Monday-Thursday: 10 a.m.-11 p.m.

Friday: 9 a.m.-1 a.m.

Saturday-Sunday: 8 a.m.-1 a.m.

Amenities: Five sports wagering terminals, 12 kiosks throughout property; inside Pavilion, close to Stadium Sports Bar

Skin

DraftKings: Popular brand is state’s online leader in betting handle since launching in October 2019. Offers shared wallet with popular daily fantasy sports platform.




HOLLYWOOD CASINO LAWRENCEBURG

Licensed sportsbooks/skins

  • Sportsbook at Hollywood Casino Lawrenceburg - opened September 1st, 2019
  • PointsBet (skin) - opened March 6, 2020

Retail Sportsbook

Sportsbook at Hollywood Casino Lawrenceburg

Location: 777 Hollywood Blvd, Lawrenceburg, IN 47025

Hours of Operation

Monday-Thursday: 10 a.m.-midnight

Friday: 10 a.m.-1 a.m.

Saturday: 9 a.m.-1 a.m.

Sunday: 9 a.m.-midnight

(Hours change seasonally)

Amenities: More than 20 TVs to view games; 16 sports betting kiosks

Skin

PointsBet: Launched on March 6, 2020 to become Indiana’s sixth online sportsbook. Cancellation of March Madness ended plans to celebrate launch with “No Juice” spreads for all NCAA Tournament games.




INDIANA GRAND RACING & CASINO

Licensed sportsbooks/skins

  • Winner’s Circle at Indiana Grand - opened September 1st, 2019
  • Winner’s Circle Indianapolis (OTB) - opened September 3rd, 2019
  • Winner’s Circle Clarksville (OTB) - opened September 12th, 2019
  • Winner’s Circle New Haven (OTB) - opened September 19th, 2019

Retail Sportsbooks

Winner’s Circle at Indiana Grand

Location: 4300 North Michigan Road, Shelbyville, IN 46176

Hours of Operation

Sunday-Thursday: 11:30 a.m.- 11 p.m.

Friday-Saturday: 11:30 a.m.-midnight

Amenities: Luxury seating, brewpub with local craft beer

Winner’s Circle Indianapolis

Location: 20 North Pennsylvania Street, Suite 2, Indianapolis, IN 46176

Hours of Operation

Monday-Thursday: 11 a.m.-midnight

Friday: 11 a.m.- 1 a.m.

Saturday: 9 a.m.-1 a.m.

Sunday: 9 a.m.-midnight

Winner’s Circle Clarksville

Location: 650 Eastern Blvd., Clarksville, IN. 47129

Hours of Operation

Monday-Friday: 11:30 a.m.-close

Saturday-Sunday: 9 a.m.-close

Winner’s Circle New Haven

Location: 1304 Minnich Road, New Haven, IN 46774

Hours of Operation

Monday-Sunday: 11 a.m.-midnight

Skin

Yet to launch




HORSESHOE CASINO HAMMOND

Licensed sportsbooks/skins

  • The Book - opened September 4th, 2019

The Book at Horseshoe Hammond

Location: 777 Casino Center Drive, Hammond, IN 46320

Hours of Operation

Friday-Saturday: 10:30 a.m.-11:30 p.m.

Sunday-Thursday: 10:30 a.m.-10:30 p.m.

Amenities: 5,300-square-foot race and sportsbook; LED video wall with more than a dozen 85-inch TVs

Skin

Yet to launch




BLUE CHIP CASINO

Licensed sportsbooks/skins

  • FanDuel Sportsbook at Blue Chip Casino - opened September 5th, 2019
  • FanDuel Sportsbook (skin) - opened October 26, 2019

FanDuel Sportsbook at Blue Chip Casino

Location: 777 Blue Chip Drive, Michigan City, IN 46360

Hours of Operation

Monday-Friday: 9 a.m.-midnight

Saturday: 8 a.m.-midnight

Sunday: 8 a.m.-11 p.m.

Amenities: 2,730-square-foot sportsbook; five betting windows, two sports tickers

Skins

FanDuel: Online sports betting partner of both Blue Chip Casino and Belterra Casino, both owned by Boyd Gaming. Market leader in daily fantasy sports has become big player in sports betting in Indiana and across U.S.




FRENCH LICK RESORT CASINO

Licensed sportsbooks/skins

  • French Lick Resort Sportsbook - opened September 6th, 2019
  • BetRivers (skin) - opened October 3, 2019

French Lick Resort Sportsbook

Location: 8670 West State Road 56, French Lick, IN 47432

Hours of Operation

Monday-Thursday: noon-10 p.m.

Friday-Saturday: 9 a.m.-11 p.m.

Amenities: Pair of 16-foot LED walls; three betting windows, eight self-serve kiosks

Skin

BetRivers: First online sportsbook to launch in Indiana. Large selection of promotions and sports, wide variety of game props.




BELTERRA CASINO RESORT

Licensed sportsbooks/skins

  • FanDuel Sportsbook at Belterra Casino Resort - opened September 9th, 2019
  • FanDuel Sportsbook (skin) - opened October 26th, 2019

FanDuel Sportsbook at Belterra Casino Resort

Location: 777 Belterra Drive, Florence, IN 47020

Hours of Operation

Monday-Friday: 4 p.m.-midnight

Saturday: 10 a.m.-1 a.m.

Sunday: 10 a.m.-midnight

Amenities: Video wall with sports ticker, five betting windows, 10 self-serve betting kiosks

Skins

FanDuel: Online sports betting partner of both Belterra Casino Blue Chip Casino and Belterra Casino, both owned by Boyd Gaming. Market leader in daily fantasy sports and sports betting; user-friendly betting apps.




CAESARS SOUTHERN INDIANA

Licensed sportsbooks/skins

  • The Book at Caesars Southern Indiana - opened September 12th, 2019

The Book at Caesars Southern Indiana

Location: 11999 Casino Center Drive, Elizabeth, IN 47117

Hours of Operation

Monday-Friday: noon.-midnight

Saturday-Sunday: 10 a.m.-midnight

Amenities: Lounge chairs, 30 large TVs; book one of three “fan caves” for your own television and Xbox One

Skins

Yet to launch




TROPICANA EVANSVILLE

Licensed sportsbooks/skins

  • William Hill Sportsbook at Tropicana - opened September 12th, 2019

William Hill Sportsbook at Tropicana

Location: 421 NW Riverside Drive, Evansville, IN 47708

Hours of Operation

Monday-Friday: 10 a.m.-midnight

Saturday-Sunday: 8 a.m.-midnight

Amenities: A 16’ x 9’ video wall and 12 odds boards; four betting windows, four betting kiosks to the right of betting counter

Skins

Yet to launch




HARRAH’S HOOSIER PARK

Licensed sportsbooks/skins

  • The Book at Harrah’s Hoosier Park - opened September 19th, 2019

The Book at Harrah’s Hoosier Park

Location: 4500 Dan Patch Circle, Anderson, IN 46013

Hours of Operation

Monday-Thursday: 11 a.m.-11 p.m.

Friday: 11 a.m.-midnight

Saturday: 10 a.m.-midnight

Sunday: 10 a.m.-11 p.m.

Amenities: HD television wall; luxury seating

Skins

Yet to launch




RISING STAR CASINO RESORT

Licensed sportsbooks/skins

  • BetAmerica Rising Star Casino Sportsbook - opened November 11, 2019
  • BetAmerica (skin) - opened December 30, 2019

BetAmerica Rising Star Casino Sportsbook

Location: 777 Rising Star Drive, Rising Sun, IN 47040

Hours of Operation

Open 24 hours a day

Amenities: 3,000-square-foot sportsbook with more than 30 TVs, 16 automated betting kiosks

Skin

BetAmerica: Indiana’s fourth mobile sportsbook to open is owned and operated by Churchill Downs Inc. Rotating list of short-term promotions with plenty of in-game betting and odds boosts.

How to Sign up to an Online Sportsbook in Indiana

Indiana online sportsbooks make the sign-up process simple and quick. Select your online sportsbook of choice. You will be asked to provide some personal information, such as name, address, email address and last four digits of your Social Security number, which is required to verify a customer’s age and identity. Some customers will need toprovide their entire SSN. This helps prevent underage players from gambling online and identify other potential fraud.

You may be asked to download geolocation software, which enables the online sportsbook to track your location. You must be physically located within the state of Indiana to place to a legal wager.

The final step is funding your account. Once you’ve made a deposit, you are ready to wager. If you encounter any problems along the way, all legal Indiana online sportsbooks have a customer service department for outreach.

After you have registered, make sure to download the sportsbook app, which most sports betting sites have available on the site.

Deposit and Withdrawal Methods on Indiana Online Sportsbooks

Indiana online sports betting sites offer a range of payment options to make deposits and withdrawals. Among the most popular:

  • Play+: A form of prepaid debit card that players can fund with a credit card or checking account with no fees. Deposits are made instantly and withdrawals can be made from your online account directly to your Play+ prepaid account. You can use the card at multiple sports betting sites and withdraw your winnings at your local ATM. You can also use Play+ to shop anywhere Discover is accepted.
  • Casino prepaid card: These branded prepaid cards works like a gift card and ensure easy deposit. Many online sportsbooks will allow you to apply on their website with no fees.
  • PayPal: The most popular e-wallet option can be set up with a credit or debit card to fund your account instantly. If you deposited funds from your PayPal account, you can withdraw funds to the same account.
  • Other e-wallets: In addition to PayPal, players may have several other e-wallet options, including Neteller and Skrill. You can set up an account with a credit card.
  • Bank transfer/ACH: Both allow players to transfer money from their bank account to online sportsbook account and vice versa. The ACH uses a third party, such as the Automated Cleainghouse, to facilitate payment. Transactions usually take a few days.
  • Credit/debit cards: The most popular deposit method when successful, with Visa and MasterCard the most accepted options. Be aware that some credit card companies - slow to catch up with the rapid ascension of legal sports betting in the U.S. - may reject your deposit request. Best to have a backup plan in place such as Play+ or PayPal. Other credit card companies may treat this transaction as a cash advance and charge fees.
  • Cash: If you prefer to deal in cash, simply visit the cashier cage at the Indiana land-based casino that is partnered with your online sportsbook. You will need to show identification.

What Sports Can I Bet on in Indiana?

Indiana law allows betting on more than two dozen sports, including all the most popular U.S. and international leagues. The list includes:

  • Auto Racing: NASCAR, Formula One, IndyCar
  • Baseball: MLB, NCAA Division I
  • Basketball: NBA, WNBA, NCAA Division I, Euro League
  • Boxing
  • Cricket
  • Daily Fantasy Sports
  • Football: NFL, NCAA Division I, CFL, XFL
  • Golf: PGA Tour, LPGA, Champions Tour, European Tour, international events such as Ryder Cup and Presidents Cup.
  • Hockey: NHL, NCAA Division I
  • Horse Racing: Indiana tracks offer live thoroughbred, harness and quarter horse racing and simulcast racing from other tracks.
  • Mixed Martial Arts: UFC, Bellator MMA, One Championship
  • Olympics: Summer and Winter Games
  • Rugby: World Cup, Six Nations
  • Soccer: MLS, FIFA sanctioned events, European leagues including English Premier and Champions.
  • Tennis: ATP, USTA, WTA

Betting is allowed on league drafts for NFL, NBA, NHL, MLB and WNBA. Betting is not allowed on high school or youth sporting events.

Indiana law prohibits sports betting by student-athletes, NCAA staff, athletics department staff, game officials and student managers and trainers. Purdue University subsequently implemented a sports wagering policy that bans all faculty, staff and non-athlete students from gambling on any sporting event involving Purdue teams. The legality of that policy may eventually be decided in the courts.

Types of Sports Bets in Indiana

Indiana online sportsbooks offer all the most popular sports wagers, including in-game betting. The list of bets includes:

  • Moneyline: A bet on a specific team to win a game with no point spread. Let’s say the Indiana Pacers have moneyline odds of -150 to beat the Chicago Bulls, who are +130. That means bettors can wager $15 to win $10 (or $150 to win $100) on the favored Pacers to win the game, or $10 to win $13 ($100 to win $130) on the underdog Bulls.
  • Spread: The most popular NFL bet at top NFL sportsbooks, with a team favored to win by a specific number of points. If the Colts are 3-point favorites over the New York Jets, the Colts must win by more than 3 points to cover the spread. If you’re betting on the underdog, the Jets must lose by 2 points or less, or win the game, for you to cash. If the Colts win by 3, the result is a push and the bet is refunded.
  • Over/Unders: Also known as totals, a wager that the combined score of the two teams is higher or lower than the number set by the sportsbook.
  • Futures: A bet on a game, event or season that will be completed in the future, not on the day the wager is placed. Futures bet examples include wagering on a team to win the Super Bowl before the season starts; or who will win the British Open before it tees off.
  • Parlay: A single bet on more than one game. To cash, each selection in the parlay must be correct. The more teams in the parlay, the higher the odds and bigger the payout.
  • Proposition bet: Generally, a wager on an individual player or team statistic, as opposed to final score. For example, a prop bet can be how many receiving yards or catches in a game for a specific Colts WR. Or how many points or assists for a Pacers player in a particular game.
  • Teasers: A teaser bet allows players to adjust the point spread for a given game in exchange for reduced odds. The bet is often made in a parlay format. A college football example: Notre Dame is a 3-point favorite over Stanford. In a 6-point teaser, bettors could select Notre Dame +3 or Stanford +9. The same 6-point adjustment is applied to other games in the parlay. The reduced payout level depends on how many points are teased.
  • Round Robin: A less risky wager than parlays because all of your selections don’t have to win. In a round robin, you construct three different two-team parlays and cash if one of the parlays win. The round robin offers less risk, but also smaller payouts than traditional parlays.
  • In-game betting: The fastest growing segment of online sports betting in Indiana and across the U.S. Wagers are placed on mobile sports betting apps after a game has started. The online sportsbooks use computer algorithms to adjust point spreads and odds in real time.

Major Sports Events to Bet on In Indiana

Indiana has teams in major sports leagues (Indianapolis Colts, Indiana Pacers, Indiana Fever) and in Division I NCAA football and basketball power conferences (Indiana, Notre Dame, Purdue) that attract a large share of betting.

The state also hosts several high-profile sports events that attract betting interest, including the Indianapolis 500, Big Ten Basketball Tournament, Big Ten football championship game and NCAA Tournament games, including the Final Four in 2021 and 2026.

Indiana Mobile Sports Betting Apps

DraftKings Sportsbook: Online bettors can wager on the DraftKings mobile app, available on Android and IOS, or through a web browser. With tech partner Kambi, DraftKings app offers wide variety of sports betting and daily fantasy opportunities. Bonus offer includes up to $1,000 risk-free bet (note that bonus offers from all Indiana online sportsbooks may require play-through wagering requirement).

FanDuel Sportsbook: Available on Android, iOS and web browser, FanDuel is the leader in U.S. online betting handle. With tech partners IGT and Paddy Power Betfair, FanDuel’s Indiana sportsbook app offers all the traditional betting choices along with plenty of in-game betting options. Bonus includes up to $500 risk-free bet.

BetRivers Sportsbook: Indiana’s first online sportsbook is available on mobile app and desktop. Partnered with Rush Street Interactive and Kambi, the app is well-designed with a Bet Slip to help prepare your wagers. Wide range of game props and live in-game betting opportunities. Bonus offer includes $250 matched deposit.

BetAmerica Sportsbook: Operated by Churchill Downs and SB Tech, BetAmerica offers Indiana bettors comprehensive online sportsbook, along with an extensive horse racing menu. Available on browser and iOS mobile app. Bonus offers include matched deposit up to $100.

BetMGM Sportsbook: Available and easy to use on desktop, Android and IOS. Partnered with Roar Digital, offers several amenities for bettors, including a My bets area dedicated to all of the player’s bets; Bet Slip to help prepare sports wagers; and an area to check scores. Plenty of sports to choose from, especially soccer. Offers $500 risk-free bonus.

PointsBet Sportsbook: Offers unique PointsBetting feature, in which the more right you are, the more money you win, and vice versa. Penn National Gaming partner also offers all the traditional wagering options. Available on desktop, Android and IOS. Bonus offers include up to $1,000 back if you lose your first PointsBetting wager.

Daily Fantasy Sports in Indiana

Fantasy sports betting is legal and regulated in Indiana, so it’s no surprise that market leaders DraftKings and FanDuel have high-profile daily fantasy sports partnerships in the state. DraftKings is the official daily fantasy sports partner of the NFL, with access to NFL branding. FanDuel is the official fantasy sports partner of the Indianapolis Colts, with in-stadium signage.

Indiana was one of the first states to legalize daily fantasy sports in 2016, designating it as a game of skill. At the same time, it also banned daily fantasy betting on amateur sports. The NCAA is opposed to all forms of college sports gambling and is based in Indianapolis.

Indiana bettors can bet on daily fantasy in several sports, including pro football (NFL), pro basketball (NBA), pro baseball (MLB) and motorsports (NASCAR). DraftKings, FanDuel, Yahoo and Fantasy Draft each have licenses to offer daily fantasy sports contests.

Indiana Horse Racing Betting

Indiana has two horse tracks offering live racing. Indiana Grand in Shelbyville offers thoroughbred and quarter horse racing from mid-April to mid-November, highlighted by the Indiana Derby. Harrah’s Hoosier Park in Anderson offers live harness racing from late March through late November and is home to the 2020 Breeders Crown. Both tracks also offer a full menu of simulcast races from other tracks.

Indiana also has off-track betting locations for wagering on horse racing and sports. The Winner’s Circle locations are in Indianapolis, Clarksville and New Haven, all owned by Caesars Entertainment, which also owns Indiana Grand.

Indiana Sports Betting History & Laws

The U.S. sports betting landscape changed dramatically on May 14, 2018, when the U.S. Supreme Court struck down the Professional and Amateur Sports Protection Act (PASPA), giving each state the right to legalize sports betting.

Indiana lawmakers did not wait long, and less than a year later, Gov. Eric Holcomb signed a bill that made Indiana the 10th state to legalize sports betting. Language allowing online/mobile sports betting was at one point stripped from the bill, then reinserted before passage. The bill designated the Indiana Gaming Commission to regulate and adopt sports betting rules.

The state’s first brick-and-mortar sportsbooks opened for business on September 1, 2019, and Indiana’s first online sportsbook opened about a month later. In 2020, more than a dozen retail and six online sportsbooks were operating in the state, with more on the way. The bill allows each land-based casino to have up to three partnerships (skins) with online sportsbooks. The bill applies only to sports betting and does not allow online casino gambling in Indiana.

The legal gambling age in Indiana is 21 and bettors must be physically located within the state to place a sports wager.

FAQ


Yes. Online sports betting in Indiana began in 2019. Six online sportsbooks were operating in the state in March 2020.

Yes. You can bet on all of Indiana pro sports teams and NCAA Division I college teams in the state.

The Indiana Gaming Commission regulates sports betting activity.

No. There is no residency requirement. But all players must be located within the state when placing a legal sports wager.

All online sportsbooks use geolocation technology to track the location of players.

At more than a dozen land-based sportsbooks, located within casinos, racetracks and off-track betting parlors throughout Indiana. You can also wager on sports at one of six online sportsbooks.

All sports bettors must be 21 or older.

PointsBet launched on March 6, 2020 to become Indiana’s sixth online sportsbook.

Indiana has 14 retail sports betting locations, including OTBs, across the state.

Indiana taxes sportsbook revenue at 9.5%, which is below the national average.

They are not worth the risk. Offshore betting sites are unregulated and not licensed by the state of Indiana. They can leave bettors with no recourse if they unsuccessfully attempt to withdraw funds or the sites abruptly shut down.

Your account is safe and secure as long as you are betting with a sportsbook that is licensed by the Indiana Gaming Commission. Patrons with a complaint or dispute with their casino operator can notify the gaming commission in writing, which has the power to investigate.

In May 2019, when Gov. Eric Holcomb signed HB 1015. The first Indiana sportsbook opened on September 1 of that year.

Only existing casinos, racetracks and OTBs can accept legal sports bets in Indiana. All of the state’s online sportsbooks must partner with one of the existing casinos to operate.

Online sports betting in Indiana is legal. Bettors can place a bet with a regulated online sportsbook from anywhere in the state. The law is limited to sports betting. Online casino gambling is prohibited in Indiana.

You can contact the Indiana Gaming Commission’s problem gambling hotline (1-800-9-WITH-IT) or visit its website and click on the problem gambling help link (upper far right). You can sign up for the Voluntary Exclusion Program at any Indiana casino or the IGC office in Indianapolis and be excluded from sports betting for a period of time. You can also contact a problem gambling support group such as the National Council on Problem Gambling or Indiana Council on Problem Gambling.

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