As Seen On:

Highest Rated Sportsbooks

Bovada

50% Cash

50% Cash

A to A+

Aug 2, 2017

BetOnline

50% FreePlay

50% FreePlay

A to A+

Aug 21, 2015

Bookmaker

25% Cash

25% Cash

A to A+

Feb 28, 2007

50% Cash

A to A+

Aug 31, 2015

5Dimes

50% FreePlay

50% FreePlay

A to A+

Sep 24, 2009

SPORTSBOOK INDUSTRY & SPORTS BETTING NEWS

Sports Betting In Louisiana? First Hurdle Crossed

There's one hurdle down and several more to go for legal sports betting in Louisiana. Earlier this week, the state Senate Judiciary Committee voted 3-1 to allow sports betting in the state. The lone “no” vote came from Sen. Karen Carter Peterson D-New Orleans, who admitted earlier this year that she battles with gambling addiction.

Sportsbook Bonuses Directory

Online sports bettors can compare bonuses from sportsbooks using the guide at Sportsbook Review. Bonuses are listed by category including free play and cash bonuses. The key difference is that free play bonuses do not return the stake amount, whereas cash functions more like deposited funds

Iowa Sports Betting Bill Awaiting Governor’s Signature

The Iowa Legislature believes if the state builds sportsbooks, the bettors will come. The state House voted 67-31 to finalize legislation, sponsored by Rep. Bobby Kaufmann and Sen. Roby Smith, that allows legalized sports betting and wagering on fantasy sports sites such as DraftKings and FanDuel.

Florida, Seminole Tribe Talk Sports Betting

Talks between Senator Wilton Simpson (R-Trilby, FL) and the Seminole Tribe could bring sports betting to Florida possibly bypassing the need of a statewide referendum. Simpson, who is lined up to be the Senate president after the 2020 elections, is negotiating a revenue-sharing compact with the tribe.

NFL Week 1 Lines Available on SBR Odds

Week one odds are available for the 2019-20 NFL season on SBR Odds. Unlike in recent years, the NFL opener does not involve the Super Bowl winner, instead a classic NFC North rivalry meeting between the Green Bay Packers and Chicago Bears. The Packers opened up as four-point road dogs. | NFL Week One Odds