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NEW YORK SPORTS BETTING – BETMGM LAUNCHES ONLINE SPORTSBOOK IN NEW YORK
BetMGM has launched its online sportsbook in New York. With sports betting legalized on January 8, 2022, BetMGM now delivers the excitement of sports betting to the Empire State. The NY online sportsbook provides sports bettors with the opportunity to bet on their favorite sports and teams, with a wide range of betting markets and wager types.
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Yes, sports betting is legal across the state of New York.
New York sports betting became legal and regulated on January 8, 2022.
Yes, online sports betting is legal in New York. In fact, it's only possible for sports bettors to bet online. No retail or brick-and-mortar sports betting venues are permitted in the state.
You can use the BetMGM Sportsbook app to place your bets from anywhere in the state. Our apps can be found in the iOS App Store and Google Play Store, and you can also bet on our website from your laptop or desktop computer.
There are some sports betting restrictions in New York to be aware of:
- No college player props (in-play and pre-match)
- No wagering on college sporting events involving a New York college team or athlete on a New York college team (games involving non-New York teams played in the state of New York are allowed)
- No futures involving a New York college team (or player on a New York college team)
- Only NCAA Division 1 for approved NCAA sports (basketball, football (FBS only) and hockey)
- Majority of participants in an event must be 18+
- Market restrictions (the following are not permitted):
- Negative outcome propositions: Examples - missed field goal, double fault, missed putt, errors, turnovers, penalties/fouls
- Wagers that occur before the start of an event: Examples - coin toss, starting lineups, injury reports, length of national anthem
- Officiating-related markets: Examples - number of fouls, penalties, or violations called by an official/referee/umpire
- No wagering on workouts/training sessions such as the NFL Scouting Combine or NBA pre-draft workouts
- No wagering on drafts, even for approved leagues
- No awards determined based on voting
- No wagering on non-sports events (i.e., Academy Awards, Emmys)
Amateur Sport and E-Sports
- All high school/amateur sports or athletic events other than Olympics or college sports are prohibited
- E-sports are not currently permitted.
In New York, you must be at least 21 years old to participate in any form of gambling.