Is Prime Sports a Good Betting App to Use in Ohio?

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Aaron Goldstein
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Prime Sports is the hot new sportsbook app which recently launched in Ohio.  Its pitch to gain over customers in the Buckeye State is a promise not to boot players.  It will also be the sportsbook in Ohio with the highest betting limits.

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We have nothing against the likes of DraftKings and FanDuel but the reality is these sites are run by lawyers and corporate suits who don't always have the players best interest in mind.  Companies like these, while we respect them as industry juggernauts, answer first to shareholders, then the gamblers.  That's just the way it is.  And to that extent, it's pretty close to impossible to avoid complaints involving DraftKings and FanDuel related to reduced limits simply because an every day gambler happened to get hot. now promotes the Sports Hub and you'll find a few of the cappers here have gone 9-1, 8-2 in any given week.  Odds are pretty good they'll be shafted pretty quickly at a company like DraftKings or FanDuel or any of the countless copycats out there.

We know a few of the folks behind Prime Sports.   They use the same software as BetCRIS, the oldest established bookmaker outside of Europe and biggest in the Latin American market.

Prime Sports for the Lions-Packers Thursday Night Football game advertised the following limits:

Spreads up to $11,000

Totals up to $5500

Moneylines up to $6500 loves that there are companies like Prime Sports and Circa Sports now operating in the US regulated market.  Circa, by the way, just launched in neighboring Illinois. Hopefully Pinnacle Sports will make its way back in the not-so-distant future.

"We provide our members with a premium sports betting experience. All our members are guaranteed the right to wager up to the maximum amount on every betting market, so you never have to settle for less.

"Our Member Services team is always here to help, 24/7. Call us or chat with us live. We won't leave you waiting around for answers to your questions.

"We know how important fast and reliable withdrawals are for our members, so we aim to pay you out with no delays, every time."

Ohio is one of the few US states that feature betting kiosks in businesses other than casinos.  These include gas stations, convenience stores, grocery stores, bars, even bowling alleys.

More Ohio Sportsbooks

The Ohio Casino Control Commission has approved the following online operators to date:












    Hard Rock



    MVGBet (Betly)


    Bally Bet


    Fanatics Sportsbook

    Prime Sportsbook

    Underdog - Coming 2023

- Aaron Goldstein,

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