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Illinois Sports Betting

Joey Shadeck

Jun 29, 2021

Are you an Illinois resident who wants to bet on the Chicago Bears, Chicago Blackhawks, Chicago Cubs, or Chicago White Sox winning their next game? If so, you will need an online sports betting account.

Using a sports betting app, also known as an online sportsbook, is required to place bets. Residents of the Prairie State can bet on sports at brick-and-mortar casinos, or on their mobile phones or computers.

This guide will break down the best Illinois sports betting sites by comparing the total number of sports and bets offered, odds, live betting features, mobile apps, educational resources, ease of use, as well as current bonuses and promotions.

Best Online Sports Betting Apps in Illinois 2021

  • DraftKings Sportsbook – Best Overall
  • PointsBet – Best Bonuses and Promotions
  • FanDuel Sportsbook – Best Live Betting
  • Barstool Sportsbook – Best for Stoolies
  • William Hill – Good Odds
  • BetRivers – Good Bet Variety
DraftKings Sportsbook
Overall

Best overall

Minimum Deposit $5
Illinois Yes
Total Sports Offered Yes

20% Deposit Match, up to $1,000
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DraftKings is the complete package for both new and experienced sports bettors and daily fantasy sports players. While the live betting, education, and mobile app are all great, I found the unique bets and pre-game statistics to be the best in the state. Read full review

Pros

  • Top-notch mobile betting, live betting, education, and statistics.
  • Awesome bonuses + promos.
  • #1 overall sportsbook.

Cons

  • Below-average odds on NHL total bets, NBA total and spread bets and NFL total and spread bets.
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20% Deposit Match, up to $1,000
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PointsBet
Overall

Best bonuses and promotions

Minimum Deposit $5
Illinois Yes
Total Sports Offered Yes

$2,000 in Risk-Free Bets
Bet Now

From top-of-the-line live betting and an impressive laundry list of bet types and sports to industry-leading promotions, competitive odds, and innovative live play-by-play contests, FanDuel is a sportsbook for all bettors. Read full review

Pros

  • Two risk-free bets up to $2,000.
  • Only sportsbook to offer points betting.
  • Excellent education and blog.

Cons

  • Live betting is limited.
  • Below average odds on soccer moneyline bets.
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$2,000 in Risk-Free Bets
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FanDuel Sportsbook
Overall

Best live betting

Minimum Deposit $10
Illinois Yes
Total Sports Offered Yes

$1,000 Risk-Free Bet
Bet Now

PointsBet combines traditional sports betting with a unique and, honestly, thrilling way to wager — points betting. With points betting your potential earnings (and losses) are multiplied by how many points you won or lost your bet. Read full review

Pros

  • App is one of the best for navigation, appearance, and bet slip building.
  • Risk-free bet up to $1,000.
  • Typically well over 100 bets to pick from for most sporting events.

Cons

  • Below average odds on NFL games.
  • Casino games take longer.
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$1,000 Risk-Free Bet
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Barstool Sportsbook
Overall

Best for Stoolies

Minimum Deposit $10
Illinois Yes
Total Sports Offered Yes

$1,000 Risk-Free Bet
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Online sports betting got a lot more entertaining late last year when Barstool Sportsbook entered the field. Brand loyalists will get a kick out of the Barstool-themed bet types and promotions concocted by the company’s personalities. Read full review

Pros

  • "Betting with Barstool" is unique.
  • Risk-free bet up to $1,000.
  • The mobile app is one of my favorites.

Cons

  • Minimal education is available.
  • Live betting lacks common features.
  • Below average odds on spread and total bets.
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$1,000 Risk-Free Bet
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William Hill
Overall

Good odds

Minimum Deposit $5
Illinois Yes
Total Sports Offered Yes

$500 Risk-Free Bet
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William Hill combines excellent odds and new customer bonus offers with an above-average mobile app. While I wish the sportsbook offered more education and ongoing promotions, there is a lot to like about William Hill. Read full review

Pros

  • Excellent odds.
  • Wide variety of promotions.
  • Easy to use mobile app.

Cons

  • Casino games are limited.
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$500 Risk-Free Bet
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BetRivers Sportsbook
Overall

Good bet variety

Minimum Deposit $10
Illinois Yes
Total Sports Offered Yes

100% Deposit Match up to $250
Bet Now

BetRivers has the foundation of a great sports betting site. It’s one of the premier services for live betting, has a wide variety of sports (the most of any app), and offers great promotions. Mobile bettors, however, will find the slow and clunky app a frustrating user experience. Read full review

Pros

  • 100% first-deposit match (up to $250), with a 1X rollover.
  • Live betting is excellent.
  • Offers obscure sports such as futsal.

Cons

  • There are different mobile apps for each state BetRivers operates in.
  • Odds are average.
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100% Deposit Match up to $250
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Best Illinois Sportsbooks Summary

Below is a summary of the best online sportsbooks currently available in Illinois.

SportsbookMinimum DepositSports & Bets OfferedOddsMobile BettingBonuses & PromotionsLive BettingOverallBet Now
DraftKings Sportsbook$5 5 Stars 3 Stars 5 Stars 4.5 Stars 5 Stars 5 Stars Bet Now
PointsBet$5 5 Stars 4 Stars 5 Stars 5 Stars 3.5 Stars 5 Stars Bet Now
FanDuel Sportsbook$10 4.5 Stars 3.5 Stars 4.5 Stars 5 Stars 5 Stars 5 Stars Bet Now
Barstool Sportsbook $10 4.5 Stars 2.5 Stars 5 Stars 4.5 Stars 3.5 Stars 4.5 Stars Bet Now
William Hill$5 4 Stars 5 Stars 4 Stars 4 Stars 3.5 Stars 4 Stars Bet Now
BetRivers Sportsbook$10 4.5 Stars 3.5 Stars 2.5 Stars 4 Stars 4.5 Stars 4 Stars Bet Now

Is sports betting legal in Illinois?

Sports betting is now legal in Illinois at retail locations and online. Residents of the Land of Lincoln can bet on sports at brick-and-mortar casinos, or on their mobile phones or laptops.

Illinois passed sports betting legislation at the 11th hour of their 2019 legislative session, surprising many people who doubted the bill would reach the Governor's desk. Members of the Illinois General Assembly worked overtime to get Senate Bill 690 passed on June 2nd, 2019. Governor J.B. Pritzker signed the bill shortly afterward.

One unique provision with Senate Bill 690 is that sports betting operators will be mandated to purchase official league data for all in-play wagers, alongside wagers that aren't dependent on the event's final score. As a consumer, this could ultimately limit betting options and make lines more expensive. On the other hand, league data could offer new types of bets based on next-gen stats. It will take time to see whether or not this mandate benefits or harms consumers.

How do I bet online in Illinois?

Residents of Illinois have to signup for online sports betting accounts by going to casinos throughout the state. If you want to use specific sports betting app you must go to the casino that has partnered with that app to get registered. These restrictions were lifted for most of 2020 and 2021, but reinstated in April of 2021 by Gov. JB Pritzker.

Where do I go to register for a sports betting account in Illinois?

You must go to the casino that has partnered with the sportsbook you're interested in signing up with. You can sign up for accounts with multiple sportsbooks, but might have to drive a few hours to do so.

Here's what sportsbooks are available and their corresponding casino partners.

  • BetRivers - Rivers Casino Des Plaines
  • Barstool Sportsbook - Hollywood Casino
  • DraftKings Sportsbook - Casino Queen
  • FanDuel Sportsbook - Par-A-Dice Casino
  • PointsBet - Hawthorne Race Course
  • William Hill - Grand Victoria Casino

BetRivers - Rivers Casino Des Plaines

  • Address - 3000 S River Rd, Des Plaines, IL 60018
  • Hours - The Rivers Casino Des Plaines is open 24/7.
  • About the casino - Less than 30 minutes from Chicago, the casino features slots, a sportsbook, table games, and dining. The BetRivers Sportsbook inside the casino features a wall of TV's as well as a bar that serves food and drinks.
  • Online sports betting partner - You can register to bet online with BetRivers at the Rivers Casino in Des Plaines.

Barstool Sportsbook - Hollywood Casino (multiple locations)

  • Address - 1 W New York St, Aurora, IL 60506 and 777 Hollywood Blvd, Joliet, IL 60436
  • Hours - 8:30 AM - 4:30 AM (Auroa) 8:00 AM - 4:00 AM (Joliet)
  • About the casino - Less than 60 minutes from Chicago, both Hollywood Casino locations features slots, a sportsbook, table games, and dining. The Barstool Sportsbook inside each casino features over 10 HDTV's and betting kiosks.
  • Online sports betting partner - You can register to bet online with Barstool Sportsbook at Hollywood Casino in Auroa and Joliet.

DraftKings Sportsbook - Casino Queen

  • Address - 200 S Front St, East St Louis, IL 62201
  • Hours - The Casino Queen Casino is open 24/7.
  • About the casino - Located 4.5 hours from Chicago, the casino features slots, a sportsbook, table games, and dining. The DraftKings Sportsbook inside the casino is open until 11:00 PM each day and multiple TV's to watch games.
  • Online sports betting partner - You can register to bet online with DraftKings Sportsbook at the Casino Queen Casino om East St Louis.

FanDuel Sportsbook - Par-A-Dice Casino

  • Address - 21 Blackjack Blvd, East Peoria, IL 61611
  • Hours - The Casino Queen Casino is open 24/7.
  • About the casino - Located 2.75 hours from Chicago, the casino features slots, a sportsbook, table games, and dining. The FanDuel Sportsbook inside the casino is open until 10:00 PM every day.
  • Online sports betting partner - You can register to bet online with FanDuel Sportsbook at the Par-A-Dice Casino in Eat Peoria.

PointsBet - Hawthorne Race Course

  • Address - 3501 S Laramie Ave, Stickney, IL 60804
  • Hours - Sportsbook hours are 10:00 AM to 10:00 PM most days. Call (708) 780-3700 for racetrack hours.
  • About the race course - Located 15 minutes from Chicago, the race course features horse racing and sports betting.
  • Online sports betting partner - You can register to bet online with PointsBet at the Hawthorne Race Course in Stickney.

William Hill - Grand Victoria Casino

  • Address - 250 S Grove Ave, Elgin, IL 60120
  • Hours - The Grand Victoria Casino is open 24/7.
  • About the casino - Located 45 minutes from Chicago, the casino features slots, poker, a sportsbook, table games, and dining. The William Hill Sportsbook inside the casino is open until 11:00 PM every day.
  • Online sports betting partner - You can register to bet online with William Hill at the Grand Victoria Casino in Elgin.

How old do you have to be to bet on sports in Illinois?

Anybody who is 21 years or older can bet on sports in Illinois. As long as you are 21 and within state lines, you do not have to be a resident of Illinois to bet on sports.

If you live in Illinois and travel to a state that does not have legal betting, you will not be able to bet. Your phone or laptop uses geo-technology to make sure you are within state lines. The only people prohibited from betting on sports include athletes, coaches, refs, and other related personnel.

Do you have to pay taxes on sports betting in Illinois?

According to the IRS, “Gambling winnings are fully taxable, and you must report the income on your tax return.” Form W-2G is used to report gambling winnings and gambling losses, which may be deduced if adequately itemized.

For online gambling winnings, residents must send in Form W-2G when certain winning thresholds are reached. For example, if a player wins more than $600 or at least 300 times the wager amount, the form must be filled out.

What types of gambling are legal in Illinois?

Illinois has a large selection of online gaming products to choose from. Here are the forms of gambling legal in Illinois:

  • Online sports betting - Legal (launch - May of 2020)
  • Online horse betting - Legal
  • Daily fantasy sports - Legal
  • iGaming (online slots) - Not Legal
  • Online poker - Not Legal
  • Online lottery - Legal
  • Offshore sportsbooks - Not Legal

Sports betting at stadiums: Illinois has one of the most unique sports betting laws in the country. One of the more interesting provisions of Illinois sports wagering is the sports facilities' ability to offer betting.

Stadiums such as Wrigley Field and Soldier Field can apply for a master sports wagering license. A master license grants stadiums access to offer sports betting in-house or within a five-block radius of the facility. It is unclear whether this type of sports betting would be done by a betting kiosk, mobile app, or another medium. Licenses cost 5% of gross gaming revenue, up to a maximum of $10 million in four years. At the time of publication, no stadiums have applied yet for a masters license.

Sports betting at racetracks: Illinois racetracks will be able to add slot machines and table games to their facilities, in addition to sports betting.

New casinos: The Illinois sports betting bill also cleared the way for six new casinos throughout the state. These casinos will be located in Chicago, Danville, Rockford, Waukegan, and Williamson.

Illinois sports betting tips

  • Don’t chase losses. If you’re on a losing streak, don’t bet two or three times as much as you normally would to make up for your losses. Instead, take off a day or two to reevaluate the bets you’ve been making. Look for patterns. For example, do you keep betting the same team every week? Maybe it’s time to switch things up.
  • Be careful when live betting. Along the lines of chasing losses, don’t fall victim to live betting your team every time they fall further and further behind in a game. If you see an opportunity once or twice in a game to live bet a team at a good price or to hedge another bet, by all means take it. But mindlessly doubling down on your bet every time your team falls behind is a quick way to lose a lot of money.
  • Look at injury reports. If a betting line looks off, there’s a good chance one team could be dealing with injuries. Knowing whether or not a star player is going to be active is important, especially in sports like basketball or football. BoydsBets does a great job of covering injuries.
  • Hedge your bets. Most sportsbooks allow you to cash out bets before the game ends. By settling or amending the original bet (or a portion of the bet) before the event has concluded, bettors can lock in a profit or a loss. For example, let’s say you bet $20 on the Dolphins to beat the Jaguars at +100 odds (a $20 bet wins $20). At the end of the 3rd quarter the Dolphins are winning 30 - 20. You could hedge your bet by cashing out your ticket early or placing a live bet on the Jaguars at increased odds. Either way, hedging gives you the opportunity to guarantee a profit or minimize your losses.

Popular Illinois sports teams

Illinois is fortunate enough to have eight professional sports teams. Residents of Illinois can bet on all professional teams, which includes the following:

What sports leagues can I bet on in Illinois?

Illinois sports wagering laws prohibit betting on games with Illinois schools involved, meaning you will not be able to bet on Illinois college teams such as Northwestern. Aside from that, almost all domestic and international leagues are available to bet on with Illinois sportsbooks:

  • Football - NFL, NCAA, CFL
  • Basketball - NBA, NCAA, WNBA, International Leagues
  • Soccer - English Premier League, MLS, International Leagues
  • Baseball - MLB + International Leagues
  • Hockey - NHL + International Leagues
  • Golf - PGA Tour, LPGA Tour, International Leagues
  • Tennis - All Major U.S. Tournaments + International Matches
  • Other Sports - UFC/MMA, Motor Sports, Boxing, Cricket, etc.

Illinois sports betting timeline

Here is a short timeline of how Illinois sports betting became a reality:

  • 2018 - Five bills surrounding sports betting were introduced in Illinois Congress. Not much progress was made on any particular bill in 2018.
  • 2019 - After many provisions in Illinois Congress, Senate Bill 690 was passed on June 2nd, with Governor Pritzker signing the bill shortly afterward. The bill legalized sports betting at Illinois casinos, online sports betting apps and websites, and Illinois professional sports stadiums. The bill also required residents to register for online sports betting accounts at casinos, instead of online, for 18 months. The purpose of this in-person registration was to give the in-state operators a head start over companies like DraftKings and FanDuel.
  • 2020 - Governor Pritzker lifted the in-person signup restriction in May at the apex of the COVID-19 pandemic. Pritzker then reinstated the restriction in June, only to remove it again just before the start of the 2020 NFL season. As of December 2020, there are five online sportsbooks available in Illinois.
  • 2021 - Governor Pritzker reinstated the in-person signup, meaning new sports bettors must go to the casino that is partnered with the sportsbook they want to sign up with to register. This restriction is in place until 2022 and has seen a negative response from citizens and sportsbooks.

How to read odds

Odds represent the likelihood of an outcome occurring. In sports betting, each team is assigned odds that represent the likelihood of them winning the game. American odds are what you will see displayed on every U.S. sportsbook and sports betting app.

The first thing you will notice when reading odds will be that:

  • Odds have either a plus or minus in front of them.
  • Odds are in terms of 100.

Betting Odds are written in terms of 100 as an industry standard. The easiest way to think of the plus and minus signs is as follows: If it is a plus, you will receive more than a $100 payout on a $100 bet. If it is a minus, you will have to bet more than $100 to win a $100 payout.

betting odds

Thankfully, you can view your potential winnings on each bet before placing it at an online sportsbook. That said, it is beneficial to understand the betting odds.

Keep in mind for both spreads and totals, if the game ends in a draw for the bet, you get your stake back but do not win or lose any additional money.

What is a moneyline bet?

A moneyline bet is a wager on which team will win the game outright. Both the favorite and the underdog are given odds to win the game. View sample bet slip.

Moneyline Odds How to Read it What it Means
Lions +130 Lions plus 130 By betting $100 you will win $130 if the Lions win
Packers -150 Packers minus 150 To win $100, you must wager $150 on the Packers to win

What is a spread bet?

A spread bet is a wager on which team will cover the spread or point spread. Underdogs will be given additional points with the spread, while the favorite will have to win by a certain amount of points to cover the spread. View sample bet slip.

Spread Odds How to Read it What it Means
Lakers + 5 (-110) Lakers plus 5 points at minus 110 odds The Lakers must win the game, or lose by less than 5 for you to win your bet
Rockets -5 (-110) Rockets minus 5 points at minus 110 odds The Rockets must win the game by more than 5 points for you to win your bet. A tie is a push, meaning you don't win or lose.

What is an over/under (total) bet?

An over/under bet focuses on how many points are scored, regardless of who wins the game. After a total point score has been set, bettors can wager whether the game's actual score will be over or under the preset point score. View sample bet slip.

Total Odds How to Read it
Over 7 (-115) In order to win $100, you must bet $115 on the overall combined run score to be higher than 7
Under 7 (-110) In order to win $100, you must wager $110 on the total combined run score to be less than 7

More of a visual person? Here's a YouTube video covering moneyline, spread, and total bets.

What is a parlay bet?

A parlay bet is a group of bets, typically spread, moneyline, or total bets, combined into one bet to increase the payout odds. Every separate bet must win to win a parlay bet. View example bet slip.

What is a future bet?

A futures bet is a bet on an event that takes place in days, weeks, or months. The most common future bets are placed on what team will win the finals before the season starts. View example bet slip.

What are bonus rollover requirements?

Rollover requirements are requirements bettors MUST fulfill before they can withdraw the bonus money. Each type of bonus has different terms and conditions, which you should examine before accepting.

Rollover requirements for sports betting often range between 1X-10X, with some extreme requirements going all the way up to 15X. For example, let’s say you deposit $100 and receive a $50 bonus with a 5X rollover. Before you can withdraw the $50 in bonus funds, you have to wager $750 (($100 + $50)x5). Clearly, the $50 bonus is a lot harder to obtain if you don’t bet frequently.

This table gives you an idea of how much you will have to wager before withdrawing your bonus at multiple rollover rates. We will assume each deposit made is $100.

Bonus Percentage ($100 Deposit) Bonus Amount Bonus Withdrawal with 1X Rollover Bonus Withdrawal with 3X Rollover Bonus Withdrawal with 5X Rollover Bonus Withdrawal with 10X Rollover
25% Deposit Match $25 (100+25)x1 = $125 (100+25)x3 = $375 (100+25)x5 = $625 (100+25)x10 = $1,250
50% Deposit Match $50 (100+50)x1 = $150 (100+50)x3 = $450 (100+50)x5 = $750 (100+50)x10 = $1,500
100% Deposit Match $100 (100+100)x1 = $200 (100+100)x3 = $600 (100+100)x5 = $1,000 (100+100)x10 = $2,000

How do you deposit and withdraw money at an online sportsbook?

The easiest way to deposit and withdraw money is by 1) linking an online banking account 2) selecting the amount you want to deposit or withdraw 3) login to your bank 4) select the proper account 5) deposit or withdraw funds.

Options vary a little among sportsbooks, but the most common options in Illinois are online bank transfers, debit/credit cards, PayPal, prepaid gift cards, and cash at casinos that have partnered with online sportsbooks.

Here's a video showing how to do deposit and withdraw money at FanDuel Sportsbook.

Deposit options for Illinois sports betting apps

Here is a comparison of deposit options amongst top Illinois sportsbooks.

Feature DraftKings Sportsbook
Bet Now
PointsBet
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FanDuel Sportsbook
Bet Now
Minimum Deposit $5 $5 $10
Total Deposit Methods 8 4 8
Deposit Min/Max - Debit/Credit Card $5/$2,000 $5/Varies $10/Varies
Deposit Min/Max - PayPal $5/$2,000 $5/Varies $10/Varies
PayPal Yes No Yes
Debit/Credit Card Yes Yes Yes
Online Bank Transfer Yes Yes Yes

Withdrawal options for Illinois sports betting apps

Here is a comparison of withdrawal options amongst top Illinois sportsbooks.

Feature DraftKings Sportsbook
Bet Now
PointsBet
Bet Now
FanDuel Sportsbook
Bet Now
Minimum Withdrawal $1 - $15 None Listed None Listed
Total Withdrawal Methods 4 2 4
Withdrawal Min/Max - PayPal $5/Varies $5/Varies None listed
Online Bank Transfer Yes Yes Yes
PayPal Yes Yes Yes
Prepaid Gift Card No Yes Yes

Best sports betting odds in Illinois

To determine which Illinois sports betting sites offer the best odds, I recorded and analyzed data from hundreds of games for spread, moneyline, and total bets. The sportsbooks that provide the best odds for each sport are listed below.

Feature DraftKings Sportsbook
Bet Now
PointsBet
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FanDuel Sportsbook
Bet Now
NFL Moneyline Best Below Average Average
NFL Spread Below Average Good Below Average
NFL Total Below Average Average Below Average
NBA Moneyline Average Average Average
NBA Spread Below Average Best Good
NBA Total Below Average Average Average
NHL Moneyline Best Below Average Average
NHL Spread Average Average Good
NHL Total Below Average Good Average
Soccer Moneyline Average Below Average Average
NCAAF Moneyline Below Average Average Below Average
NCAAB Moneyline Average Average Good
Odds 3 4 3.5

Best Illinois sportsbooks 2021 summary

Here's a summary of the best Illinois sports betting sites.

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Methodology

For Moneyline.com’s annual best online sportsbooks review, we collected more than 36,000 data points over five months from 20 sportsbooks that serve 11 states where full-scale mobile betting is legalized. Hundreds of hours were spent testing and scoring each sportsbook (mobile and online/desktop) in seven core categories: sports and bets offered, odds, live betting, mobile betting, education, ease of use, and bonuses and promotions. The results determined each sportsbook’s overall rating.

Data from more than 1,700 bets (including moneyline, spread and total bets) was used to generate each sportsbook’s comparative odds ranking. Leagues and bet types collected include NCAA football moneyline bets, NCAA basketball moneyline bets, NFL moneyline, spread and total bets, NBA spread, moneyline and total bets, NHL moneyline, puckline and total bets, and soccer 3-way result (moneyline) bets. When collecting odds, we made sure to collect the same games at the same time for each sportsbook, ensuring data accuracy.

About Moneyline.com’s chief sportsbook researcher, Joey Shadeck: I’ve been a hobby sports bettor for more than six years, placing hundreds of bets on my favorite sports (football, basketball, MMA) and teams (Packers, Spartans, and whoever is playing the Lions). Beyond sports betting, I’m known for saying “Wanna bet on it?” in almost any situation and that is how I found out I can eat 42 chicken nuggets in less than 20 minutes.

As of February 2021, 22 different states have legalized sports betting to some capacity. Of those 22 states, the following 11 have legalized full-scale mobile betting: Colorado, Illinois, Indiana, Iowa, Michigan, Nevada (must register in-person), New Hampshire, New Jersey, Pennsylvania, Tennessee, Virginia, West Virginia.



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About the Author

Joey Shadeck

Joey Shadeck is the lead writer for Moneyline.com and content strategist for Reink Media Group. He has closely tracked sports betting in the United States for the last two years, compiling hundreds of data points across dozens of sportsbooks. He has 6 years of online betting experience with hundreds of bets placed during that time.





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