Oregon Sports Betting

Oregon Sports Betting

The latest Oregon sports betting news, reviews, and more.

Legal sports betting in Oregon became official in August of 2019, and the first sportsbook opened at Chinook Winds Casino in September of 2019. The state’s sports betting app, Scoreboard, launched in October of 2019 which means you can now legally bet on sports from anywhere in Oregon!

Oregon Sports Betting Details

Start Date8/27/2019
Legal Age to Bet21
Online/In App BettingYes
Maximum BetNo Limit
Corresponding BillHB19-1327
Eligible SportsbooksAny partnered with Colorado’s 33 casinos.

Oregon Sportsbooks

Fortunately for Oregon residents, they are among the few Americans with legal mobile sports betting in their state. Unfortunately for Oregon residents, the state lottery’s sportsbook is currently their only option. If the reviews on the App and Play store are any indication, Oregon residents are less-than-thrilled with the app.

While the state will certainly have improved the app’s UI/UX and performance issues, there is still a litany of issues that you would expect to see in a single-operator state. Many of our newsletter subscribers know that we are huge proponents of ‘shopping a line’, looking for better odds or lower juice at another book. That simply is not possible when your state only offers one sportsbook.

Oregon Sportsbook Locations

In addition to the state’s online and app betting option, they offer several brick-and-mortar sportsbooks located in casinos around the state. The first of these opened shortly after the start of the 2019 NFL season. Below is the complete list of Oregon casinos, whether or not each has an established sportsbook, as well as the launch date (or expected launch date).

CasinoSportsbook?Address
Chinook Woods CasinoYes1777 NW 44th St, Lincoln City, OR 97367
The Mill CasinoYes3201 Tremont Ave, North Bend, OR 97459
Indian Head CasinoYes3236 US-26, Warm Springs, OR 97761
Kla-Mo-Ya CasinoNo34333 US-97, Chiloquin, OR 97624
Seven Feathers CasinoNo146 Chief Miwaleta Ln, Canyonville, OR 97417
Spirit Mountain CasinoNo27100 SW Salmon River Hwy, Grand Ronde, OR 97347
Three Rivers – FlorenceNo5647 OR-126, Florence, OR 97439
Three Rivers – Coos BayNo1297 Ocean Blvd NW, Coos Bay, OR 97420
Wildhorse CasinoNo46510 Wildhorse Blvd, Pendleton, OR 97801

faq's for oregon legal sports betting

Oregon Sports Betting FAQ’s

Oregon is a rare state that has completely legal online sports betting, but with a massive caveat. The only online sportsbook currently operating in the state is run by the state lottery. There is, however, reason for hope as the state has already stated that they will allow the casinos to offer online sports betting in the near future.

The following FAQ’s address not only the odd state of online sports betting in Oregon but several other questions that our readers have sent us since Oregon legalized sports betting.

Is sports betting legal in Oregon?

Yes, legal sports betting was put into law in Oregon in August of 2019.

Is online and mobile sports betting legal in Oregon?

Yes, the state of Oregon elected to make online sports betting legal when they legalized sportsbooks in the state in August. Currently, the only online sportsbook allowed to operate in Oregon is run by the state’s lottery.

What sports am I allowed to bet on in Oregon?

Oregon chose to only legalize betting on professional sports. This means no college sports of any kind. Sorry Ducks fans.

What types of bets can I make?

While the state did put limitations on the types of sports you can bet on, they elected to not limit the types of bets allowed. While this should include live betting, what you are actually able to bet on in Oregon is somewhat limited due to the fact that they currently only offer one sportsbook. Nevertheless, Oregon bettors are able to place straight bets, moneyline bets, teasers, parlays, and even props. It is worth mentioning that if you are looking for more in terms of prop bet options, that Monkey Knife Fight offers prop bet based daily fantasy sports.

When will FanDuel and DraftKings be live in Oregon?

While we would love to offer a date for the big sportsbooks in Oregon, at this point, all we know is that they will eventually be in the market here. The state chose to give the state lottery the first crack at sports betting, perhaps to try and capture a market share. That being said, the gaming commission in Oregon has already stated each casino will be allowed to offer their own online sports betting product in the near future.

Will Oregon ever allow college sports betting?

It would take some legislation to make college sports betting legal. While we think this will happen in the somewhat near future, it is unlikely to happen in 2020 or 2021.

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