Where Can I Bet On Major League Baseball Games on My Mobile Device From Massachusetts?

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Dan Shapiro
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There are a number of ways in which to bet on MLB games, including the Red Sox, via your mobile phone and laptop from Massachusetts.  Currently, you can bet with sites licensed outside the state of Massachusetts here.


Legal and Licensed Mobile Apps

Though lawmakers are trying, there are currently no state-regulated mobile sportsbooks in the state of Massachusetts.  There is a potential to have in-state operators offering apps before the end of 2022.  Just don't hold your breath.

Offshore Sportsbooks

These have been tried and true options in Massachusetts since pre-2000.  Offshore sportsbooks are mostly reputable, though, like any business, please do your research. 

More and more of these sites are moving towards anonymous betting where one only needs to provide a valid email.   This is in conjunction with the growing popularity of cryptocurrencies such as Bitcoin.  All offshore sportsbooks now offer deposit and withdrawals using Bitcoin.  Payouts can sometimes take as little as a few hours.

One drawback of using an offshore sportsbook is the lack of apps.  You'll need to access their browser-based website.  There are still some limitations in the types of deposit and withdrawal options at some books.


Local Bookies

The world's second oldest profession isn't going away any time soon.  In fact, it continues to evolve.  Local bookies allow their customers to bet on credit and anonymously.  Payments can sometimes take the form of cash, though more and more local bookmakers are utilizing cryptocurrencies as collection and payment methods.

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*As of July 11, 2022

The Boston Red Sox are at 30-1 odds to win the 2022 World Series.

- Dan Shapiro, Gambling911.com

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