Maryland voters overwhelmingly approved of sports wagering in a referendum in November 2020, then Gov. Larry Hogan signed legal sports betting into law in May 2021. Legal sportsbooks are projected to launch in Maryland later in summer 2021.
Using a Virtual Private Network (VPN) to spoof your geographic location and gamble online is a common way to bypass blocks on geo-restricted gambling and sports betting sites. Thankfully, a VPN can help. A VPN encrypts all of your website traffic and routes it through an intermediary server.Mar 30, 2021
Barstool Sportsbook is offering a $1,000 risk-free first bet for users who register for an account. The sportsbook is now available in nine states, including Colorado, Michigan, Illinois, Indiana, Pennsylvania, New Jersey, Virginia, Tennessee, and Arizona.3 days ago
BetMGM online casino app will not be available in Maryland when the sports betting site launches. Maryland voters did approve of legalizing sports betting, but lawmakers have not yet passed any legislation to legalize online casino gambling. That could change in the future, and then BetMGM can add an online casino.Aug 19, 2021
Yes! You can play on FanDuel's daily fantasy sports platform at this very moment. Daily fantasy sports is completely legal in the state, and FanDuel is fully regulated and operational in Maryland. You will be able to link your DFS and sportsbook accounts once the sportsbook launches.Aug 18, 2021
Yes! Voters in Maryland approved legalizing sports betting in a 2020 ballot referendum. The legislature then passed legislation to create the regulatory framework needed to bring legal sports betting to the state. That legislation was signed into law in May 2021.