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Best South Carolina Betting Apps
South Carolina, SC Sports Betting Apps
Available and legal South Carolina Sports Betting and Mobile Betting Apps (Android, iPhone): None, horse race betting apps are also excluded in South Carolina. You can sign up with DFS betting apps like Draft, FantasyDraft, Fanduel, Draftkinks and Yahoo Fantasy.
$1,250 in Bet Credit if Your First Bet Doesn't Win + 1000 Tier Credits + 1000 Reward Credits
Expected South Carolina mobile betting apps in 2021 and further: No current plans and none expected.
Betting markets/leagues/events via online app: None, except daily fantasy sports
Mobile betting in South Carolina
South Carolina has not joined the sports betting craze that is sweeping the nation, and it doesn’t appear that they will anytime soon. There aren’t even any casinos in the state of South Carolina, but they do offer betting via a cruise ship. The ship heads out three miles into international waters, and gamblers can get in on the action from there. Horse and greyhound betting is illegal in South Carolina as well, and there are some very strict laws against online gambling apps. There hasn’t been much discussion about legalizing sports betting in South Carolina, and it won’t be happening next year. The sports betting scene will remain quiet in South Carolina for quite some time.