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Sports Betting In St. Louis

Missouri
  • Online Sports Betting Available In MO Via Offshore Sportsbooks
  • No Domestic Sports Betting In St. Louis At This Time
  • Legislative Movement Toward Sports Betting: Yes

St. Louis is one of the largest cities in Missouri and rests along the Mississippi River, providing a gateway to the western United States. It is home to two major professional franchises: the Cardinals (MLB) and the Blues (NHL), and locals looking for legal St. Louis sportsbooks can find plenty of international online sportsbooks to accept their wagers.

These offshore sports betting sites provide a high-quality sportsbook experience similar to what you would find in a Las Vegas casino. This page was created for St. Louis, MO gamblers and has all the information you need regarding gambling laws, Missouri sports betting, overseas sportsbook sites, and how they work.

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    Best Online Sportsbooks In St Louis

    Below you will find a table comprised of the best available online sportsbooks accepting bettors located in St. Louis. These brands have passed our stringent inspection that checks for strong security profiles, reliable customer support, generous bonus incentives, cryptocurrency and Bitcoin funding options, and mobile/live betting capabilities.

    These brands have built up strong reputations in the online gambling industry. They are regarded highly by both industry insiders and bettors alike. You can peruse these sportsbooks for yourself by clicking on the links provided in the table.

     Site NameCurrent BonusAgeU.S.Visit Site
    Top Rated #1 IconBovada Sportsbook50% Max $1,00018+USA Players Legally AcceptedVisit Site Review
    2BetUS125% Max $3,12518+USA Players Legally AcceptedVisit Site Review
    3Betonline Sportsbook50% Max $1,00018+USA Players Legally AcceptedVisit Site Review
    4sports betting logo50% Max $1,00018+USA Players Legally AcceptedVisit Site Review
    5MyBookie Sportsbook50% Max $1,00021+USA Players Legally AcceptedVisit Site Review
    6xbet logo50% Max $50021+USA Players Legally AcceptedVisit Site Review

    Is Sports Betting Legal In St. Louis, MO?

    Yes. The state of Missouri has the final say on whether domestic sportsbooks can exist within their borders, and at this time, there is minimal movement in that direction by MO lawmakers. While St. Louis bettors wait for the legislature to act, they can bide their time by legally betting on sports at an online sportsbook that is located in a jurisdiction outside of the USA.

    Because MO and the federal government have no laws on the books that make betting on sports over the web with an international book illegal, people in St. Louis will not get into any trouble when doing so. For further information on these legalities, please visit our 'Laws' page off of our main menu.

    Mobile Betting Apps

    If you're overlooking the Mississippi River from the top of the Gateway Arch or crushing a hot dog at Busch Stadium while watching the Cardinals, you can wager on athletics by using the latest mobile sports betting apps from the top online sportsbooks that we list on this page. iPhones, iPads, and other popular smartphones and tablets can access these web apps by clicking on one of the links in the table above, instantly granting mobile access to the hottest game lines on the planet from anywhere in St. Louis.

    That's because these gambling applications are web-based and don't require patrons to take the extra step of waiting for software to download. The full sportsbook, plus their casino games, are also offered via these mobile apps.

    Gambling With Cryptocurrency And Bitcoin

    Speed is the name of the game in online sports betting, and Bitcoin (BTC) seems to be the only sportsbook funding option that can keep pace. Cryptocurrency like BTC features transactions that can be completed in minutes, not days, like other currencies. BTC withdrawals are the only option for same-day transactions, and Bitcoin deposits will have St. Louis sports bettors laying some action almost instantly.

    Missouri's offshore sportsbooks accept many banking options, but we highly advise researching the benefits of using Bitcoin by browsing each of the betting sites we suggest and checking out the bonus offers while you're there.

    Live Betting

    The Gateway to the West features options allowing the customer to choose when to place a wager. This practice is known as live or in-play betting, and the St. Louis sportsbooks listed on this page each list them amongst their many ways to bet on pro and college games. These in-game odds change as the contest or match progresses and allow for wagers to be placed on the money line, over/under, point spread, and more - all while the clock is running.

    Sports Teams In St. Louis, MO

    St. Louis Cardinals (MLB)

    The St. Louis Cardinals play in the MLB’s National League Central Division and host their home games at Busch Stadium. They are a historically successful franchise with a total of 11 World Series titles (1926, 1931, 1934, 1942, 1944, 1946, 1964, 1967, 1982, 2006, 2011). They have resided in St. Louis for their entire existence, and have been a long-time source of inspiration for betting on the MLB. The team was established in 1862, while Abraham Lincoln was still in office.

    St. Louis Blues (NHL)

    The St. Louis Blues are in the NHL’s Western Conference's Central Division, and first began play as an expansion franchise in the region in 1967. Opposing teams must visit the Enterprise Center in downtown St. Louis when they travel to play the Blues. St. Louis finally defied the NHL odds and won their first Stanley Cup in 2018-2019, and look to add more titles in the near future.

    St. Louis Battlehawks (UFL)

    The Battlehawks are a member of the UFL's XFL Conference and are easily the top draw in the league from a home attendance perspective. Locals can gamble on the Battlehawks at UFL sportsbooks that operate offshore. These football wagers can be placed in your home or the stands at The Dome at America's Center while watching a game in person.

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