Maryland sports betting is on the way, and with up to 60 licenses available, it’s set to become one of the most diverse markets in the country. Unsurprisingly, sportsbook operators are already locking in partnerships across the state:
- FanDuel Sportsbook partnered with Maryland Live! Casino & Hotel
- BetMGM partnered with MGM National Harbor
- William Hill partnered with Horseshoe Casino Baltimore
- PointsBet partnered with Riverboat on the Potomac
- Barstool Sportsbook partnered with Hollywood Casino Perryville
- TwinSpires Sportsbook partnered with Ocean Downs
The hope is that these sports betting apps and a handful more will launch in the fall, ideally around the start of the 2021-22 NFL Season.
FanDuel Sportsbook And Maryland Live! Casino & Hotel
Live! Casino & Hotel at Arundel Mills opened a sports bar set to become a retail FanDuel Sportsbook when sports betting launches in the state. Bettors will be able to wager in-person at the casino or online from anywhere within state lines via the mobile app.
When FanDuel Sportsbook Maryland launches, new members can place a risk-free bet up to $1,000. Terms and conditions apply.
BetMGM Maryland And MGM National Harbor
MGM Resorts owns both the BetMGM Sportsbook app as well as MGM National Harbor, which the Washingtonian named the number one casino of the DMV area. So this isn’t so much a partnership, it’s MGM Resorts already being in an ideal position to launch a retail sportsbook lounge and betting app in Maryland.
New members at BetMGM Maryland will have access to a risk-free bet up to $600. Terms and conditions apply.
William Hill And Horseshoe Casino Baltimore
Caesars Entertainment owns William Hill US, and it plans to rebrand all existing William Hill apps and retail locations across the country in 2021 and 2022. That means the Maryland app will either be William Hill Maryland or Caesars Sports Maryland.
Either way, it’s the same level of top-notch quality in terms of odds, variety, and usability. And because Caesars owns Horseshoe Casino Baltimore, it will launch one of the first sports betting apps in the state.
New members at William Hill Sportsbook (or Caesars Sports) will have a risk-free bet up to $500. Terms and conditions apply.
PointsBet And Riverboat on the Potomac
PointsBet partnered with Riverboat on the Potomac of Colonial Beach, which will house a retail PointsBet Sportsbook as well as launch the PointsBet Maryland app.
PointsBet offers some of the most creative and exciting promotions and features in US sports betting, including a totals betting option where the points above or below your guess become multipliers that apply to your winnings – as well as your losses. It’s called “PointsBetting,” and high-risk, high-reward bettors should look into it.
New members at PointsBet Maryland will receive two risk-free bets up to $2,000 total, $500 for a fixed-odds wager and $1,500 to try the innovative PointsBetting wager. Terms and conditions apply.
Barstool Sportsbook And Hollywood Casino Perryville
If you’re already a fan of Barstool Sports coverage and analysts, you’ll love Barstool Sportsbook. It has a fresh, intuitive design, intriguing promotions, and competitive odds. The Barstool Sportsbook is owned by Penn National Gaming, which penned a partnership with Hollywood Casino Perryville to bring a retail Barstool Sportsbook and a sports betting app to Maryland.
New members at Barstool Sportsbook Maryland will have a risk-free bet up to $1,000. Terms and conditions apply.
TwinSpires Sportsbook And Ocean Downs
Possibly better known as a horse race betting site, TwinSpires has shifted to offer online sports betting across the US. So it’s fitting that TwinSpires partnered with Ocean Downs, a racino located just outside of Ocean City, Maryland.
TwinSpires Sportsbook Maryland will offer new members a risk-free bet up to $1,000. Terms and conditions apply.