Almost every state in the country has voted on sports betting regulations, and a few have even jumped at the chance to legalize sports betting. Illinois is no exception. There are now a number of retail sportsbooks kicking off in the coming months, including Caesars and FanDuel.
Illinois is home to the largest state-run casino in the country, as well as a slew of horse track betting facilities. The state also has one of the largest populations in the country, with over 10 million residents claiming Illinois as their home.
The state also has a long list of official betting sites, including Caesars Sportsbook, DraftKings Sportsbook, and PointsBet. Many people claim that Illinois is the sports betting capital of the country, with many brick and mortar locations showcasing the latest products and services. There are also many mobile sports betting apps, allowing players to place bets on the go.
The most notable of these is the FanDuel Sportsbook, which has an app that is rated as the highest of all in the state of New York. The site also boasts a number of promotions, including a bet sized second chance. The site is also available at Par-A-Dice and the Hawthorne Race Course.
Other notables include the PGA TOUR’s partnership with IMG ARENA to license live scoring data, and the PGA TOUR’s well-publicized integrity program. The PGA TOUR is a member of the American Gaming Association, as well as a platinum member of the National Council on Problem Gambling.