Latest Betting News

A preeminent sports data & betting odds provider, Lineups remains committed to providing up-to-date coverage of the iGaming industry in the United States. Within iGaming, Lineups has reporters dedicated to a number of different verticals, including online casino, poker, sports betting, and responsible gaming. Whether it be reporting on a sports betting bill making its way through local government or analyzing the financial health of the industry at large, Lineups maintains consistent coverage of this ever expanding market and those who shape it — namely, operators like DraftKings, FanDuel, Caesars, and BetMGM

In addition to industry news, Lineups also releases sports betting editorial pieces that use relevant data to help individuals make informed betting picks & predictions on everything from college basketball to the NFL.

North Carolina Sports Betting Launch Update: Eight Sportsbooks Set to Go Live March 11
Super Bowl 58 Game Props: What’s Actually Available on Legal Sportsbook Apps?
Carded Play Mandates At Crown Melbourne Casino Could Foster Stronger US Responsible Gambling Safeguards
Super Bowl 58 Betting Handle Projected To Increase 19.4%, Totaling $1.29 Billion
Caesars Promo Code: $1,000 First Bet Offer & Super Bowl 58 Odds
Missouri Sports Betting Update With Sen. Denny Hoskins: Will the Show-Me State Get Wagering in 2024?
Sports Betting Promo Codes & Super Bowl 58 Odds: Spread & Over/Under For Chiefs Vs. 49ers
FanDuel Casino Inks Deal With New Ambassador Vegas Matt
Barstool Eyes Betting Comeback With Potential DraftKings Deal
FanDuel Enhances Responsible Gambling Measures In Massachusetts With Operation HOPE Partnership

Betting News FAQ

Frequently Asked Questions

Is Sports Betting Online Legal in the US?

Yes, online sports betting is currently live and legal in 30 US states, including New York, Pennsylvania, Illinois, Ohio.

Is Online Poker Legal in the US?

Similar to online sports betting, online poker is only legal in select states. People can play online poker in Nevada, New Jersey, Delaware, Pennsylvania, Michigan, West Virginia, and Connecticut.

Is Online Casino Legal in the US?

Online casinos are currently legal in Michigan, Pennsylvania, West Virginia, New Jersey, Connecticut, and Delaware.

Is Bovada a Legal Sportsbook?

While Bovada is technically legal, it is worth noting that it is an offshore sportsbook and thus it is not subject to the same regulatory scrutiny as sportsbooks that are based in the United States.

Who makes betting laws in the US?

In 2018, the U.S. Supreme Court struck down the Professional and Amateur Sports Protection Act legalizing sports betting in the U.S. Since then, the Federal Government has left it up to the states to determine sports betting laws in the U.S. Each state decides how they want to govern sports betting in their state.

Is Sports Betting Legal in North Carolina?

Sports betting is set to go live in North Carolina at Noon EST on March 11, 2024.

Is it possible to make money from gambling?

Yes, but it is very difficult. A lot of casual sports fans believe they have the knowledge and understand the sports betting market. However, bookmakers are very good at their jobs (have you seen the Las Vegas Strip?). Sports bettors can make money in the long term if they stay focused, patient, and understand the market they are betting in. Only three percent of sports bettors make a profit..