Sports betting is legal in Washington DC.
You can bet online at one of these three locations:
The former box office space at the Capital One Arena in Washington DC has been converted into a temporary sportsbook. The location is licensed to William Hill and is set to take cash bets at the moment. The spot is temporary because the permanent sportsbook spot is currently being built. The box office location will be open 7 days a ...Read More
Recently, Ted Leonsis, billionaire owner of the Washington Capitols and the WNBA's Washington Mystics, announced he has signed a deal to bring sports betting to the arenas where his teams play. “By opening up a world-class sportsbook, the building will come alive during the day,” said Leonsis. “We want to be able to take advantage of the investment we have ...Read More
There have been all types of hurdles slowing down sports betting in many states and the nation's capitol is no exception. The powers that be in the district really want sports betting and feel that the public wil benefit from it. Operators can apply for a sports betting license for their venue. The idea is that most any professional sporting ...Read More
A Greek gaming services provider named Interlot was contracted to handle sports betting in the Washington DC area. The deal, worth $215 over five years is an exclusive contract. It is believed that sports arenas in the area will be the first priority. These parks include Capital One Arena, Audi Field, Entertainment and Sports Arena and Nationals Park. Obviously trying ...Read More