February 4, 2022
Sports Betting Guru
Sports Betting Guru
March Madness is around the corner and now that the majority of Louisiana decided sports betting is cooler than school, everyone in the beautiful Pelican state wants to know what the 401 is on college sports betting.
Of course, we’re not forgetting about the NFL or anything, but it’s natural to assume that a state will allow wagering on professional football if online sports betting is legal. Because so many US states prohibit wagering on college sports, the big question is whether sports betting fans in Louisiana will be able to? And, the answer is yes! Let’s find out more.
Residents of Louisiana aged 21 and over in 55 of the 64 parishes can now legally place a sports bet today with some awesome launch day bonuses.
This is because, as of January 28, six sportsbooks made an entrance in the Pelican State. These are DraftKings Sportsbook, Barstool Sportsbook, FanDuel Louisiana Sportsbook, Caesars Sportsbook, BetMGM LA Sportsbook, and BetRivers Sportsbook. What a clan!
Some US gambling-friendly states have chosen to keep college sports betting off the market while others allow it, but with some major T’s & C’s. Then, you also get states that allow wagering on college sports just like you would on professional sports — following the same rules and principles.
There are now six legal sportsbooks in Lousiana that are currently live can offer wagers on collegiate sporting events, which is fantastic as residents of Louisiana is famous for being major sports fans.
March Madness, here we come!
There’s good news here again, as Louisana has taken a more liberal stance with regards to college sports betting. This means that not only is college sports betting allowed, but Louisianans can also bet on college teams from their own state’s educational institutions like LSU, UL-Lafayette, and Louisiana Tech. Oh, and don’t forget the
When it comes to betting rules, Louisiana is a gem. Even though it is the only state that doesn’t allow statewide betting on a geographical basis, bettors are allowed to wager on professional and college sports by basically following the same rules.
And, sidelining the legal versus non-legal parishes issue doesn’t have to be that difficult. The vast majority of the state’s parishes voted for the legalization of online sports betting, so if you’re stuck in one of the remaining parishes, you can always make a plan. Sometimes, you just need to go on a road trip!