(*****) (****) Maryland’s Bingo World Passes Muster And Becomes The Sixth Legal Sportsbook.


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Maryland bettors now have access to a dozen places where they can place legal sports wagers. This is because the state of Delaware, which legalized gambling in December 2021, has a new sportsbook, Bingo World in Brooklyn Park.

Here are the Maryland sportsbooks, along with their addresses.

Bingo World at Brooklyn Park Horseshoe Casino Baltimore Hollywood Casino Perryville – Live! Casino in Hanover MGM National Harbor, Oxon Hill The journey to legalize sports betting in Maryland started in 2018.

In-Person Sport Betting in Maryland Legal, Mobile Option Still Pending

Maryland’s journey towards legalizing sports betting began in 2018.

Maryland has its own sports betting market. However, state legislators have allowed only the in-person version.

The mobile version of sports betting has been far more profitable than that offered in the states with both. Maryland regulators and lawmakers are now working together to create an online alternative.

As we reported recently in Maryland’s SWARC Approves Mobile Sports Wagering Regulations & Applications, the State’s Sports Wagering Application Review Commission is currently working to approve regulations to expedite the mobile betting process.

This takes time. Lawmakers want it to be right the first and that process is expected to take a while longer.

Maryland Mobile Betting Market to Launch by the End of 2022

Maryland State Lottery & Gaming Control Agency director John Martin hopes that Maryland’s mobile betting market will launch this fall. This would allow bettors to participate in the upcoming NFL Season which starts in September and finishes in February 2023.

In the interim, Maryland’s mobile betting market will be available at six sites scattered throughout the state. Residents who live in the Old Line State may drive to another state that has the option to take place while they wait.

Virginia and New York have all legalized online gambling and Maryland bettors will take advantage until that happens. We’ll keep you updated with all of the latest information and news.

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