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Where Can I Bet Sports in Indiana?

Written by:
Ean Lamb
Published on:
Jul/23/2019

You will soon be able to bet sports in Indiana, both online and at retail sites.  Here is a list of sportsbooks were you will be able to place wagers.  Offshore sportsbooks are also accessible from Indiana and will look to compete with higher cash bonuses, more attractive lines and more extensive selection of prop bets.

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    Ameristar in East Chicago
    Belterra Casino Resort in Florence
    Blue Chip Casino in Michigan City
    Horseshoe Southern Indiana riverboat casino in Elizabeth
    Blue Sky Casino at the French Lick Resort
    Hollywood Casino in Lawrenceburg
    Harrah's Hoosier Park in Anderson
    Horseshoe Casino in Hammond
    Indiana Grand Racing & Casino in Shelbyville
    Tropicana Evansville casino
    Winner's Circle off-track betting locations in Indianapolis, Clarksville and New Haven

Rules regarding legal sports gambling in Indiana have also not been adopted. The commission is expected to adopt them at its Aug. 28 meeting. A draft version of the rules is available online.

- Ean Lamb, Gambling911.com

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