Since mobile sports betting recently went live in New York, here is a list of the current sportsbooks in the Empire State along with their lucrative bonus offers:
Legal sports betting in New York officially went live on July 16, 2019. Online sports betting recently went live in New York on January 8, 2022. This page will give you all the details behind the bill that made sports betting legal and what you can expect in The Empire State.
|Start Date||July 16, 2019|
|Legal Age to Bet||21|
|Online/In App Betting||Yes|
|Maximum Bet||No Limit|
The list of sportsbooks below, complete with address, are four of the options currently available to New York residents. The closest to New York City is, unfortunately, still over 100 miles away.
Nevertheless, at least New York residents have options, and if you live within a drive of these sportsbooks it may make for an entertaining way to spend an NFL Sunday.
|Del Lago Resort & Casino||1133 NY-414, Waterloo, NY 13165||(315) 946-1777|
|Resorts World Catskills||888 Resorts World Drive, Monticello, NY 12701||(833) 586-9358|
|Rivers Casino & Resort||1 Rush Street, Schenectady, NY 12305||(518) 579-8800|
|Tioga Downs Casino||2384 W River Rd, Nichols, NY 13812||(888) 946-8464|
The legal sports betting outlook for the state of New York changes on a seemingly daily basis. We try to address the majority of those questions with these FAQs.
Yes, sports betting was officially legalized in the state of New York on July 10, 2019 and the first bet was placed on July 16, 2019.
Yes, New York recently went live with legal mobile sports betting in January of 2022.
No, both Bovada and MyBookie are illegal in the United States. Moreover, neither sportsbook has a positive reputation within the industry.
The minimum age required to bet on sports in NY is set to 21.