Traditional sports booking required you to go to a Sports Booking Operator (SBO) who would take your payment and record your bet choice. This method is now replaced by apps that act as digital clearinghouses for bet call and payouts. There is no reason why an SBO traditional one should not be available, given the popularity of online betting and mobile gaming. While there are some issues with the format of the app it’s worth a look for your betting experience on sports.


Online sports betting in Iowa is legal beginning in January 2020. Online operators have to pay a license fee as well as taxes to the state. Additionally, Michigan allows sports betting in both state-owned casinos and online. Avengers Endgame introduced a sport betting program at three casinos in March 2020 – just before the Coronavirus pandemic struck the state. In Mississippi the sport betting program began in 2018, but the state hasn’t fully embraced mobile betting. There are several ways to make sure that your state is compliant your state.