Currently, The Big “M” Casino is South Carolina’s only, and biggest, casino. The Big “M” is actually made up of two luxury floating yachts moored on Little River.
This could be our quick Charleston (SC) online sports betting guide with the gambling sites, legal sportsbooks, mobile apps. But up until 2019, Charleston sports betting legislation was virtually non-existent.
South Carolina is still a longshot to get legal sports betting in the Palmetto state, even by the end of 2020. Since the Supreme Court decision on May 14, 2018 struck down the federal ban on sports betting (PASPA), states have been proposing legislation to legalize sports betting.
The Palmetto State’s gambling laws are quite restrictive, with no casino gambling (aside from casino cruises operating out of Myrtle Beach), or pari-mutuel wagering. In fact, South Carolina is one of just five states that explicitly bars betting on horse racing.