- Massachusetts sports betting apps will launch today, March 10 at 10am ET
- Six Massachusetts sports betting apps are ready for day one
- See the full list of ten approved Massachusetts sports betting apps
The day sports bettors in the Commonwealth have all been waiting for is here, as Massachusetts sports betting apps went live today at 10am local time.
While a total of ten sportsbooks have received temporary approval from the Massachusetts Gaming Commission (MGC), six sports betting apps are now available. The other four will likely go live over the following months.
Make sure you claim sign-up promos during today’s go-live date. See the full list of approved Massachusetts sports betting apps, including which ones are now available with lucrative promo codes.
If you or a loved one has questions and needs to talk to a professional about gambling, call the Massachusetts Problem Gambling Helpline at 1-800-327-5050 or visit gamblinghelplinema.org to speak with a trained specialist to receive support. Specialists are available 24/7. Services are available in multiple languages and are free and confidential.
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Approved Massachusetts Sports Betting Apps
With Massachusetts sports betting apps arriving just in time for March Madness, sports bettors in the Bay State can’t wait to get their hands on mobile sportsbooks after retail wagering launched on January 31.
The following six operators are expected to launch their MA sports betting apps tomorrow:
- BetMGM Massachusetts
- WynnBET Massachusetts
- FanDuel Massachusetts
- DraftKings Massachusetts
- Caesars Sportsbook Massachusetts
- Barstool Sportsbook Massachusetts
Four other sportsbook apps have been approved by the MGC but will not be ready to launch tomorrow. Bally Bet, Betr, Betway, and the yet-to-launch sports betting product from Fanatics have all had their sports betting apps approved in Massachusetts, however they won’t become available in time for launch day.
While Betr was expected to be ready for tomorrow’s go-live date, the recently launched micro-betting platform backed by Jake Paul will no longer be ready for the March 10 festivities. BetFanatics and Bally Bet have stated they should be ready to go in Massachusetts by May of this year, while Betway isn’t expected to become available until Q1 2024.
Massachusetts Sports Betting Apps Are Now Available
After becoming the 36th state to legalize sports betting in August 2022, Massachusetts sports betting apps will finally go online tomorrow, March 10 at 10am local time. This comes after three retail sportsbooks opened at Massachusetts casinos on January 31.
The MGC is meeting for the final time today to approve house rules for online sportsbook operators and award certificates of operation. Once these finishing touches are in place, Massachusetts sports betting apps will officially get the green light for tomorrow.
It has been a long road to get Massachusetts sportsbook online, with MGC Chair Cathy Judd-Stein stating the regulatory body has held more than 80 public meetings since former Gov. Charlie Baker signed the Massachusetts Sports Wagering Act into law in August 2022.
Massachusetts sports bettors should ensure they’ve claimed all the early registration promos available to them ahead of tomorrow’s go-live time. These pre-live offers will no longer be available once Massachusetts sports betting apps become available for download on Android and iOS devices at 10am local time.