Welcome to our guide of the best legal sportsbooks in the United States. Below, you’ll find a list of 10 regulated sports betting sites worth doing business with, along with some quick info on bonuses and other information regarding each of them.
As a reminder, this is only a small part of the site – you can actually find more extensive reviews of these legal sportsbook sites here. They’re all linked below and you can navigate around for what suits your needs the most. As you’ll notice, the BBS team offers unique analysis on most available options in North America.
Quick Look at the Top Legal Options in the United States
As fast as the legal sports movement has been, the number of sports betting apps coming to market has been just as quick. These are a “quick look” view of our legal sportsbook reviews; however, you can click each of the highlighted texts to see the extensive review of each sportsbook below.
Bet365: This England-born sportsbook offers its American customers a dollar-for-dollar deposit bonus of up to $100, along with its 40 years of experience and worldwide reach.
Betfred: Another English offering that has come west to the expanding sportsbook market of the United States, Betfred has more than 50 years of experience and a $500 risk-free bet for new customers.
BetMGM: BetMGM brings with it loads of experience and one of the most iconic brands in all of gaming. It also has partnerships with the NBA, NHL, and Major League Baseball, making it one of the more unique sportsbooks on the market.
BetRivers: One of the first sportsbooks on the scene in New Jersey after sports betting became legal, the Rush Street Interactive property with up to $250 in bonuses has been quick to spread to newly legalized states (All SugarHouse sportsbooks are rebranding as BetRivers).
Caesars: Caesars is American gaming royalty, and its mobile reach is now covering all of the states where sports betting is legal. Caesars offers $300 in deposit matches and customer access to Caesars Rewards.
DraftKings: The daily fantasy sports giant has partnered with tech giant Kambi for its mobile sportsbook app. It has a responsive platform, $1,000 in risk-free bets and deposit matches, and an endless parade of daily bonus offers.
FanDuel: Another one of the daily fantasy sports operators that has successfully remade itself into a complete online sportsbook, FanDuel has a technology partnership with IGT/GAN. It offers up to $500 in risk-free bets just for signing up.
FOX Bet: FOX Bet combines the technology and talents of the Stars Group with the credibility and name recognition of FOX Sports. FOX Bet offers a tiered bonus worth as much as $1,000.
PointsBet: This is sports betting reimagined, with a unique form of spread betting. Win your bet by five points over the posted spread, and win five-times the amount you wagered. They offer traditional fixed-odds wagering as well.
William Hill: With original roots that go back to 1934 as a postal and telephone betting service, the grandfather of modern sports betting gives new American customers up to $150 in dollar-for-dollar deposit matching.
Depending on the state, there are several other available sportsbooks. Some of them are big and worldwide, like 888Sports, and others are affiliated with independent retail sportsbooks and tribal-based sportsbooks located in the state.