We answer the major questions about what kinds of bets will be available and where you can place them in the PA sports betting market.
There is still a little waiting to go before Pennsylvania launches sportsbooks. These three NJ sportsbook options are well worth the drive, though.
DraftKings Sportsbook still doesn’t have a PA casino partner, so we are brainstorming which Pennsylvania player will take bets with the DFS giant.
New to the world of sports betting? Here is the lowdown on parlay bets, where you can wager on multiple games for a single big payday.
The sports betting regulations in Pennsylvania may be moving slowly, but PA casinos are wasting no time locking down sports betting partners.
With no sports betting in Pennsylvania yet, Philadelphia sports fans have to travel to Delaware or New Jersey to wager. Even when it does launch, out-of-state may offer better options.
When mobile betting goes live in Pennsylvania, several casinos will be ready to go thanks to long-standing relationship with sports betting app companies.
Nevada is currently the only state where people can wager on esports, but if federal law changes, Pennsylvania ought to consider creating esports within its sports betting laws to take advantage of its popularity in the Keystone State.
With legal sports betting potentially around the corner for Pennsylvania casinos, we are willing to bet these properties will have the best spots to bet and watch all the PA sports teams.
Pennsylvania Rep. Robert Matzie released a memorandum indicating he’s drafting a bill allowing the regulation of sports betting in the state.