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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

100% Cash

100% 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

Sportsbooks that Convert Bitcoin to Dollars Are The Best Bet

Bitcoin has had a rollercoaster week and as of today is trending in the wrong direction — $9,500 at press time. However, bettors who wager with sportsbooks that convert BTC deposits to USD are not at risk of losing a chunk of their bankroll as the market moves. Compare a list of these sites using the Sportsbook Rating Guide.

Best Sportsbooks Page Updated for Mobile Performance

SBR rolled out an updated version of the Best Sportsbooks page. In addition to a new design, the page is more mobile-friendly than before, better adapting to mobile devices. More than half of all sports bets are placed via mobile these days as the industry has been infused with a newer and younger type of player.

New Hampshire Governor Wants To Place State’s First Sports Bet

New Hampshire Gov. Chris Sununu, who signed the sports betting bill into law on Friday, told reporters he is eager to place his first bet. He didn’t share which team he was willing to lay money on, but it won’t be a New Hampshire college sports event.

Mohawks Announce New York Sportsbook Partnership

With anticipation high that New York State will be placing sports bet by the first NFL snap of the regular season, the Akwesasne Mohawk Casino Resort in New York announced it is partnering with The Stars Group to offer in-person sports betting. Both parties are also keen to make mobile betting available.

D.C. Council OKs Controversial No-Bid Mobile Sports Betting Contract

The Washington, D.C. Council on Tuesday awarded the no-bid contract to manage online and mobile sports betting to Intralot, the same company that oversees the district’s lottery. Despite controversy, the five-year contract was approved 7 to 5.