Since Charlie Baker signed Massachusetts on-line sports betting into law, no matter where you go, look, breathe, eat or smell, sports betting is a new category in our life. Almost every radio or TV ad is about sports betting.
Starting this past January, patrons over 21 are allowed to legally wager on sports in-person at the three major casinos. The Encore Boston Harbor casino in Everett, Plainridge Park Casino (PPC) in Plainville, and the MGM Springfield.
That all changes this Friday, March 10. Your phone is about to become a casino, as on line mobile betting goes LIVE.
According to bookies.com:
So far seven sports betting apps are ready to go live when mobile Massachusetts sports betting launches Friday. Almost all of them have introductory offers. We’ll share below.
What about Raynham and Suffolk Downs?
The MGC is expected to hold its hearing on the former greyhound racing facility’s license on March 23. It has yet to receive an application from the ownership of Suffolk Downs.
Suffolk Downs may be considering a downtown Boston site for its retail sportsbook. Its owners have not announced any plans or even if they plan to partner with any outside operators.
Each of the Massachusetts three casinos have partnered with two online betting operators. Eventually, there will be 11 mobile sportsbooks to chose from when Massachusetts mobile betting realizes its full potential.
What Is A Mobile Sports Book?
A mobile sportsbook app is an app provided by online sports betting operators to allow for betting on-the-go
So, let’s power up the smart phone, and take a deep dive into Massachusetts On Line Sports Betting: Everything You Need!