Best Minnesota Sports Betting Mobile Apps
Legal Minnesota Sports Betting and Mobile Betting Apps: BetAmerica (iPhone, Android), TVG.
Expected MN mobile betting apps in 2021: Betfred sports bet app is expected in Minnesota (confirmed), MGM Grand Casino App
Best sports betting via Minnesota online betting apps: Currently, Kentucky Derby, Preakness Stakes, Belmont Stakes, State and local sanctioned horse and greyhound races. If legalized then all professional and college sports and events.
Mobile betting in Minnesota
The only online wagering that is legal in the state of Minnesota currently is on horse and greyhound races. These type of races can be bet on in person as well at the various race tracks around the state. BetAmerica and TVG are two of the state approved race betting apps in the state of Minnesota, and they are available for download on both iOS and Android devices. Sports betting isn’t currently legal in the state of Minnesota, but it does appear that it might happen very soon.
If the state of Minnesota does legalize sports betting then any number of their 20 casinos will likely be able to launch a sports betting app quickly. MGM Grand owns and operates a handful of casinos in the state of Minnesota, and they will be the first to launch a sports betting app in the state.
More about gambling in Minnesota.
Sports Betting & Gambling Locations in Minnesota
Minnesota is one of the states stuck in the middle of the gambling industry. They offer a few good products such as Tribal Casinos, horse racing and the lottery but they still feel the need to reign in their offerings. The lottery is short and sweet, the horse racing is mostly harness, and the casinos are only card games. They have options available, they’re just all they can be and how their casinos operate really tells the story.
Horse racing has always been a part of American culture and a widely accepted form of legal gambling. Many states make horse racing completely legal and Minnesota is one of them. Canterbury Park is a racetrack with a casino attached, also known as a “racino” and they are quite popular in the state. As mentioned, only card games are legal in Minnesota and the only game available at Canterbury Park is poker. That said, it is a fine poker casino. They offer plenty of tables, daily cash games, big promotions and plenty of tournaments. Plus, it’s also great track with a full slate of races all season. More about horse racing betting apps in Minnesota.
Fond-du-Luth Casino (Sportsbook)
The best example of a Minnesota casino would have to be the Fond-du-Luth Casino. Again, there are no table games outside of card games so you won’t be finding any craps or roulette. Blackjack is the main draw in the Fond-du-Luth Casino and they know how to liven up their limited offering with plenty of different versions of the classic game. They also bring a lot of slots as well with plenty of the latest, state-of-the-art machines. Fond-du-Luth steps up their game in the promotions department with a rewards program and a player’s club.