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Maryland sports betting locations

On this page, we’ve laid out the in-person sports betting locations in Maryland as well as the facilities that offer other forms of gambling entertainment.

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Since launching retail sportsbooks in 2021, in-person sports betting in Maryland has taken off. Betting in-person saw an average of more than $25M in betting handle per month leading up to the launch of online sports betting in November 2022.

Total betting handle (including retail and online) is now generating an average of more than $3 million per month (and a total handle of more than $5 billion as of 2024).

List of all retail sportsbooks in Maryland

The line between a retail sportsbook and an in-person sports betting facility has become somewhat blurred to the point where the two are now frequently considered as one and the same.

The subtle difference is that retail sportsbook locations are where the owner of the venue is also the company that owns and runs the sportsbook, while other in-person locations have the sportsbook “skin” but are two separate companies.

Here is a list of the 12 retail sportsbooks and in-person betting locations in Maryland.

What types of sports betting locations are there in Maryland?

There are several types of sports betting locations gamblers will find throughout Maryland. Most of them are based at casinos, but there are some other options available as well.


Despite having 12 online sportsbooks in the state, only five have in-person locations at Maryland casinos. Additionally, only five of the six Maryland casinos have a sportsbook partner, the lone exception being the Rocky Gap Casino in Flintstone. Rocky Gap completed an ownership change in July 2023, but the new owners have not indicated any intent to apply for a sports betting license.

BetMGM, Caesars, ESPN Bet, FanDuel, and TwinSpires are all available at in-person facilities, and TwinSpires does not operate a mobile sportsbook platform in Maryland. You can find these sportsbooks at the MGM National Harbor, Horseshoe Casino, Hollywood Casino Perryville, Maryland Live! Casino, and Ocean Downs Casino, respectively.

Betting lounges

Betting lounges are typically run at bars and restaurants to provide a more laid-back vibe than casino betting facilities.

Long Shot’s has a partnership with Betfred Sportsbook for its sports betting lounge. The venue has 12 betting kiosks and a betting window to place your wagers, along with an 80-panel TV wall to watch your bets play out.

Similarly, Greenmount Station is the home of betPARX Sportsbook, launching sports betting in August 2023. In addition to the sportsbook, you’ll also be able to get your name on the Beer Club Wall of Fame for trying at least 75 of the different beers available at the bar (though you absolutely shouldn’t try them all in one sitting).

betPARX also has operations at the Greene Turtle Sports Bar & Grille in both Canton and Towson.

Bingo World offers sports gambling in a different part of the facility than the bingo hall, as players must be at least 21 years old to bet on sports (Maryland law allows those 18+ to participate in bingo games). Each of the 12 betting kiosks is available daily from 10 AM to midnight.

Though not technically in Maryland, Riverboat on the Potomac is right across the river in Colonial Beach, VA and is a popular place for Marylanders to make their wagers. The venue previously housed PointsBet Sportsbook, but PointsBet is transitioning to the Fanatics Sportsbook label. Riverboat should have the transition completed before May 2024.

Fanatics was the first sportsbook to open inside an NFL stadium, partnering with the Washington Commanders to open at FedEx Field. The Fanatics lounge is an excellent location to watch games and make your bets; you’ll find 21 self-service kiosks to partner with the eight betting windows in the lounge.

Other betting partnerships

Caesars Sportsbook was quick to announce a sports betting partnership with the Baltimore Ravens, which makes sense given Horseshoe’s close proximity to M&T Bank Stadium. Signage promoting the sportsbook is visible throughout the stadium, and a suite is available for VIP Caesars guests. However, there is not yet an on-site betting option within the arena.

The SuperBook Bar and Restaurant opens at the same time as the gates before Baltimore Orioles games. SuperBook was able to open the lounge ahead of the 2023 season, but the venue has stopped short of being a full-blown retail sportsbook. Players instead will have to use the SuperBook app.


How much tax does Maryland retail sports betting generate for the state?

Maryland sports betting generates an average of $3 million per month in tax revenue for the state. However, this figure is calculated by combining both in-person and online sports betting revenues. Data detailing the split between online and retail revenue is not publicly available.

Which was the first in-person sportsbook to open in MD?

The first in-person sportsbook to open in MD was BetMGM, which launched at the MGM National Harbor in Oxon Hill. It first opened its doors to bettors on December 9, 2021. Four other sportsbooks would open before the end of that month, rolling out at Horseshoe Baltimore, Maryland Live!, Ocean Downs, and Hollywood Casino.

Are there any sports betting locations in Baltimore?

Yes, there are sports betting locations in Baltimore. The Horseshoe Casino is Maryland’s in-person betting site for Caesars Sportsbook. Players can also use BetRivers Sportsbook at Bingo World and betPARX Sportsbook at the Greene Turtle Bar & Grille.