Yes. But while betting on sports is legal in almost half the states in the country, not all of them allow online wagering.
As of 2020, there were 10 states that offered some form of sports betting online:
Indiana legalized sports betting in 2019 and launched shortly after in October of that year. With sportsbooks like DraftKings and FanDuel leading the way, online betting was immediately available at launch.
Iowa began taking sports bets August 2019 in all capacities. However, until Jan. 1, 2021, bettors have to register in person at retail sportsbooks in order to bet online.
Sports betting in Mississippi officially launched August 2018, though online wagering can only be done on the premises of casinos.
Nevada was the lone state that operated sportsbooks throughout PASPA and while that's the case, the process isn't as easy as one would think to bet online. In order to bet using an app, you have to set up an account in person, filling out a players club card in the process.
Sports betting was legalized in New Hampshire in 2019 and launched online through DraftKings Sportsbook. While physical sports betting has yet to happen, that should change late 2020 or at some point in 2021.
New Jersey was one of the first states to legalize sports betting after helping repeal PASPA in 2018. Since launch, the state has allowed mobile and in-person betting.
Oregon hasn't passed a sports betting bill, but it was grandfathered in after being exempted from PASPA. Sports betting has been offered by the state lottery since 2018 and regulations are in the works to add more physical sportsbooks. As of 2020, in-person betting was only possible at one casino.
Pennsylvania officially launched full-fledged sports betting in 2019 with mobile wagering included.
Sports betting opened in Rhode Island in 2018 and has since passed a couple more bills to grow the business, including online methods. As of 2020, betting was allowed at two casinos and online wagering was offered through the state lottery.
West Virginia launched sports betting in the fall of 2019 and while the process was long, it's growing by the day. Betting is possible at five physical sportsbooks and numerous online outlets.
This list will only grow as time moves on and could even double by the time 2021 rolls around. Five states are set to launch sports betting in 2020 and a few more that already offer betting at physical sportsbooks are in talks of adding online wagering to the docket.