Indiana sports betting: Here's when 12 sportsbooks could open.
Rules regarding legal sports gambling in Indiana have also not been adopted. The commission is expected to adopt them at its Aug. 28 meeting. A draft version of the rules is The commission is.
Sportsbooks at Indiana Grand Casino in Shelbyville, Ameristar East Chicago and Hollywood Casino in Lawrenceburg will begin taking bets Sept. 1. Horseshoe Hammond will open its sportsbook Sept. 4.
Hollywood Casino Lawrenceburg’s new sportsbook will be conveniently located inside of the Hops House 99 sports bar, which will include a wagering counter with ticket writer stations as well as dozens of new televisions for customers to watch and wager on sporting events taking place across the country and around the world. Kiosks will be available throughout the facility to support thousands.
Indiana has a sports gambling framework that is more robust than some other states. As has been seen in places like New Jersey and Rhode Island, bets on all major league activity and professional.
Hollywood Casino in Lawrenceburg is a property of Penn National, a famed casino brand offering legal, online sports betting in Pennsylvania (and now Indiana)! Again, as with the Tropicana and Hooser Park, Hollywood Casino’s parent company is already doing good business with a respected app in another state. The Marquee Rewards program is one to take advantage of, offering comps on food.
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Horseshoe Southern Indiana’s new venue called The Book, as well as Winner’s Circle in Clarksville, both will open their sports betting on Sept. 12. Horseshoe Casino will move its riverboat onto land, into a new 100,000-square-foot gaming and entertainment facility that will be called Caesars Southern Indiana.