BetMGM, DraftKings, FanDuel and PointsBet are some of the more popular online sportsbooks where betting is legal.
Since sports betting is legalized on a state-by-state basis with each having different regulations, there are no country-wide sportsbooks. That said, there are sportsbooks that operate in numerous states and could be available in the majority of the country as more states legalize sports betting.
Known for the sportsbook at MGM Grand in Las Vegas, BetMGM has expanded across the country with physical locations in New York, Michigan, Mississippi and Pennsylvania, as well as online capabilities in Colorado, Indiana, Nevada, New Jersey and West Virginia.
After PASPA was overturned in 2018, DraftKings quickly put its footprint across the country with physical sportsbooks and online offerings. Through DraftKings, both mobile and retail sports betting are allowed in Colorado, Illinois, Indiana, Iowa, New Jersey, Pennsylvania and West Virginia. Retail sports betting is allowed in New York and Mississippi. Mobile only is available in New Hampshire, where DraftKings was granted a monopoly.
FanDuel is somewhat behind DraftKings in terms of availability, but that changes by the month. Both mobile and retail sports betting are allowed in Colorado, Indiana, Iowa, New Jersey, Pennsylvania and West Virginia. Retail-only wagering is available in Michigan and New York.
PointsBet launched in the United States in 2019 and is growing across the country, getting licenses where possible. It's main draw is PointsBetting, which they detail as a "high-risk, high-reward form of betting" that rewards bettors by how right or wrong a wager is. Compared to others, PointsBet is a bit behind in terms of retail sportsbooks, though that aspect is also growing. Mobile betting is available in Indiana and New Jersey, while there is also a retail location in Iowa.