Online sports betting is now officially live in Massachusetts, and BetMGM is one of the top platforms in the state. Just in time for March Madness to start, BetMGM is offering new users in Massachusetts the opportunity to claim a $1,000 first bet offer. This offer can be used on any sport of your choosing. Keep reading below to find out how to sign up with the BetMGM MA Bonus Code and access to $1,000 first bet offer.
BetMGM Sportsbook Massachusetts Bonus Code “LINEUPS”
Any new user with BetMGM Sportsbook in the state of Massachusetts can use the BetMGM Massachusetts Bonus Code “LINEUPS” to access a $1,000 first bet offer. In order to be eligible, you must be at least 21 years of age and physically located in the state of Massachusetts.
To access the $1,000 first bet offer, you can use the BetMGM Massachusetts Bonus Code “LINEUPS” or click through any of the banners on this page. From there, you’ll be asked to provide some basic information in order to get your account set up.
Once you have finished the signup process, you can place a first bet of up to $1,000 on any game of your choosing. If the initial wager loses, you will be credited with the full amount of your initial wager in the form of site credits that can be used on any market of your choosing.
With March Madness kicking off this week, it’s the perfect time to sign up and get rolling with BetMGM Massachusetts. Keep reading to see my best bet for the first round of the NCAA Tournament.
BetMGM Massachusetts March Madness Odds
Kent State Golden Flashes +4.5
Kent State rolled through the MAC Tournament with wins over Northern Illinois, Akron, and Toledo, and that shouldn’t have come as a major surprise to anyone who has watched this team this year. The Golden Flashes finished second in the MAC during the regular season, but narrow road losses against Houston and Gonzaga showed this team is legit.
That loss against Houston, the top-ranked team in the country, was just a five-point loss where they held the Cougars to 49 points. The Golden Flashes’ defense is elite – they ranked 38th in adjusted defensive efficiency per KenPom.
Sincere Carry runs the show on offense as the senior guard averages 17.6 points and 4.9 assists per game, and he dominated in the MAC tournament as he scored 21 and 26 points in the Semifinal and Final games.
Carry isn’t alone, though, as fellow senior Malique Jacobs is an excellent scorer and playmaker. Chris Payton is the fascinating Swiss army knife, though, as the senior big man scored 17 points in the MAC Final against Toledo and can bang with the highly regarded Trayce Jackson-Davis in the post.
Kent State has everything you look for in a Cinderella team with senior leadership, a go-to scorer, elite defense, and an excellent coach in Rob Senderoff. I believe the Golden Flashes are about to make a run to the Sweet 16, and it starts with a win over Indiana here.