New Mexico, NM Sports Betting Apps

Legal New Mexico Sports Betting and Mobile Betting Apps in July, 2020: TVG (iPhone), Twinspires (Android), Betamerica, Draftkings DFS app, Fanduel Fantasy, Draft, Yahoo Fantasy.

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BetAmerica
100% Match Bonus up to $500
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BetAmerica
100% Match Bonus up to $500
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4.9 rating
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TVG
$200 Welcome Bonus
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TVG
$200 Welcome Bonus
4.9 rating
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3.8 rating
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Twinspires
$100 Sign up Bonus
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Twinspires
$100 Sign up Bonus
3.8 rating
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4.8 rating
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Draft DFS
$3 FREE Entry Bonus!
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Draft DFS
$3 FREE Entry Bonus!
4.8 rating
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5.0 rating
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Fanduel DFS
$20 DFS Bonus!
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Fanduel DFS
$20 DFS Bonus!
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FantasyDraft
4% Cashback Bonus $200
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FantasyDraft
4% Cashback Bonus $200
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4.9 rating
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Yahoo DFS
Bonus of up to $500
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Yahoo DFS
Bonus of up to $500
4.9 rating
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Expected New Mexico mobile betting apps in 2020 and further: Santa Ana Star Casino App (The only sportsbook in the state). Would be great with other apps such as bet365, Pointsbet, William Hill, Betfred and others.

Best betting via New Mexico online app: NFL, MLB, NBA, NHL, PGA, Tennis, MLS… College sports teams in New Mexico will be prohibited by law.

Mobile betting in New Mexico

There are currently no bills on the table in the state of New Mexico, and it is unlikely that anything gets done in 2019. There was some momentum towards legalizing sports betting earlier in the year, and there is a good chance that something gets done in 2020. Horse and greyhound betting is legal in the state of New Mexico and apps such as TVG and TwinSpires are in full operation in the state of New Mexico. These two apps are extremely popular throughout the United States, and they provide racing fans will a solid betting option. Santa Ana Star Casino (sportsbook code) is actually already offering sports betting in the state of New Mexico, and they will likely be the first company to offer a sports betting app when it becomes legal.

More about gambling in New Mexico.