Sports Betting in Nevada

In baseball, a double result is a game that features both halftime and final scores. In baseball, it is often common for a doubleheader to be scheduled, though the season is usually shortened by rain. A tie is graded as a “PUSH.” A three-way line offers a tie/draw as one of three betting options. If the team is tied at halftime, the result is a PUSH.

In sports betting, the activity of predicting the outcome of sporting events, like a game or an election, and placing a bet on that outcome is called sports betting. The frequency of sports betting varies from culture to culture, but the most common types are American football, association football, basketball, baseball, hockey, track cycling, and auto racing. It can also include contests involving politics, reality shows, non-human events, and horse or greyhound racing. In some cases, sports betting may even be associated with underground cockfighting.

Nevada’s legislature approved gambling expansion HB 1015 in May 2019; the bill initially excluded mobile sports betting. Later, it was added. Currently, Nevada sportsbooks include Caesars Sportsbook, Elite Sportbook, PointsBet, Q Sportsbook, DraftKit, Circa, and DRF Sportsbook. However, there is still no federal legislation legalizing sports betting. For those who want to place a bet, you can use your mobile phone and log in online to place it.