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Can I Bet the Nathan's Hot Dog Eating Contest on the Caesars Sportsbook App?

Written by:
Don Shapiro
Published on:
Jul/02/2022

Competitive eating is considered a sports but not all states are going to recognize the Nathan's Hot Dog Eating Contest - the creme de creme of competitive eating events - as something that can be bet on.  With this in mind, depending on the state you live in, you might not find the 4th of July Nathan's Hot Dog Eating competition betting option on your Caesars Sportsbook app. Sites like BetOnline are accessible in most U.S. states (not NJ, PA or NV) and thankfully offer a wealth of hot dog betting props for those starving for some competitive eating wagering.

Caesars "Veni, vidi, vic": But Only in a Few States Beginning With NJ, Colorado

Last we checked, only New Jersey, Colorado and New Hampshire gave their blessing to offer odds on the Nathan's Hot Dog Eating Contest.  Caesars is not available in New Hampshire, so this leaves rather limited options.  That was last year though and it's possible a few more states have joined the fray.

In New Jersey, Caesars has limited betting odds on Joey Chestnut winning at -3000 and the total number he'll eat.  That's it as of Saturday!

Meanwhile, our friends at BetOnline have everything from total odds on number of hot dogs eaten for each competitor, whether Chestnut breaks his own record paying nearly $80 on a $10 bet, and wagering on the women's competition.  BetOnline has been taking bets on this competition since 2001.  The company came into existence in 1999.  Gambling911.com's founder was there to welcome them into their new office in fact.  Now they are one of the biggest gambling websites in the world.

We should also note that Caesars New York site was not offering odds on the Nathan's Hot Dog Eating Contest.

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I'm in Virginia, What About Me?

Virginia may be for lovers, but it's not for lovers of hot dog eating.  Sorry, you cannot be on the Nathan's Hot Dog Eating Contest from the Commonwealth of Virginia via the Caesars Sportsbook app.

No New York, No Virginia....Surely Illinois, Indiana, Iowa, Michigan

Caesars Indiana sportsbook app will be offering betting on the hot dog contest, Michigan too, just not Illinois or Iowa. 

Louisiana?

You know this is a state all about food.  And the answer is, yes, Caesars Louisiana sportsbook app does list odds on the Nathan's Hot Dog Eating contest, just that they are limited.

- Don Shapiro, Gambling911.com

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