North Carolina, NC Sports Betting Apps
Available and legal in North Carolina Sports Betting and Mobile Betting Apps: No sports betting apps, and no horse racing betting apps, but you can bet at the Eastern Band of Cherokee Indians, which opened North Carolina’s first legal sportsbook.
North Carolina legalized sports betting. Expected mobile betting apps in NC in 2021 and further: Mobile betting will be prohibited by the new law.
Best betting markets/leagues/events via online apps: Professional sports are included in the proposed betting bill in North Carolina. Betting on college or amateur events is prohibited.
Mobile betting in North Carolina
North Carolina will be one of the states to keep an eye on in the spring of 2021, as it appears that they are headed towards legalizing sports betting. North Carolina has spent a ton of time and effort to study sports betting, and find out if it will work in their state. The latest bill proposes that sports betting be legalized at the land-based, tribal casinos in the state, but it also strictly prohibits online or mobile wagering. Unfortunately, online or mobile wagering on horse races is also prohibited in North Carolina, and that isn’t going to change with any new legislation. Sports betting might be coming to North Carolina in 2020, but there won’t be any sports betting apps coming available in 2021.