Legal Betting Apps in 2019 in Indiana: Draftkings, Rising Star, Fanduel sportsbook, Sugarhouse, TVG (iPhone), BetAmerica racing app, Xpressbet, best DFS sites like FantasyDraft, Draft, Yahoo Fantasy, Fanduel. Rush Street Interactive to launch Indiana mobile sports betting app French Lick Casino and Sportsbook.
Best Indiana Betting Apps
Expected mobile betting apps in 2020 and further: Currently in the testing phase: BetIndiana app is coming, DraftKings, MGM, William Hill, FoxBet, Unibet, Pointsbet, SBK, BetAmerica, bet365 and more. TheScore sportsbook Indiana is expected to go live. Everything is legal except for e-sports and amateur events featuring athletes under the age of 18.
Mobile betting in Indiana
There are already 14 retail sportsbooks in Indiana. Sports betting is up and running in the state of Indiana. The law did allow for mobile and online wagering, but it has taken a long time for companies to get things ready to launch.
Full mobile betting is up and running in Indiana, and you can expect a large number of betting apps available to sports bettors. The only rule is that a casino cannot operate an app by themselves, and must partner with a sports betting company to run the sportsbook app.
Horse and greyhound betting is legal in the state, and the TVG racing app is currently available to race betting fans in the Hoosier State. This market will be constantly changing in 2020, and there will be several apps on the market. More about gambling in Indiana.
in-sportsbooks betting apps in Indiana:
- Majestic Star II
- Tropicana Evansville
- Ameristar East Chicaco
- Indiana Grand Casino
- Four Winds South Bend
- Belterra Casino and sportsbook
- Blue Chip Casino
- Horseshoe Southern Indiana
- Rising Star Casino Resort
- French Lick Resort Casino
- Hollywood Casino Lawrenceburg
- Hoosier Park sportsbook
- Horseshoe Casino Hammond
- Majestic Star sportsbook