Iowa sports betting sites
Iowa also legalized sports betting sites and apps in 2019. The first sportsbooks — both land-based and online — went live in August 2019.
Like Illinois, you will have to sign up at a casino for the first year and a half. However, there should be a number of options before long.
West Virginia sports betting sites
Online sports wagering is now in West Virginia, with the launch of DraftKings Sportsbook and FanDuel Sportsbook before the start of NFL season in 2019.
West Virginia started its sports betting operation in September. Only 2 public sportsbooks started up in 2018, and another opened at The Greenbrier, a private resort.
West Virginia sports wagering added the ability to wager via mobile in December 2018, though the only operator is no longer in operation. The BetLucky app remains shut down as of August 2019 due to a dispute between technology providers.
Rhode Island sports betting sites
After Gov. Gina Raimondo signed a bill into law in March, Rhode Island sports wagering will go mobile by fall 2019.
The sports betting operation of Rhode Island runs through the state lottery in partnership with William Hill, so the bookmaker will provide the app technology for the state.
Mississippi sports betting sites
Although Mississippi sports wagering must be done within a water-based or land-based casino, state regulations allow for mobile betting while on casino property. However, only one tribal casino has launched it.
Indiana sports betting sites
Indiana is another state to legalize online sports wagering in 2019. Sportsbooks will have to partner with a casino but there could be a lot of sports wagering online options in the state.
Illinois sports betting sites
There should be a lot of ways to wager online in Illinois, with a new law passed in 2019. Bettors will have to start by signing up for accounts in person at casinos, racetracks, and off-track betting facilities. Then, you will be allowed to sign up and fund accounts remotely. The launch is planned to happen in 2020.