As the new year approaches, sports fans in Ohio can expect a more thrilling action – legal sports betting is coming to Buckeye State! And with BetMGM Ohio Sportsbook ready to hit the ground running, there’s no better time to get a jumpstart on your betting experience.
Ohioans may now register and claim its limited offer.
BetMGM Early Sign-Up Bonus
If you’re an Ohioan looking to score some free bets, BetMGM is still offering its early sign-up bonus. You can get up to $200 in fr bets just by registering and verifying your account on their website.
To take advantage of this offer, simply visit the BetMGM website and follow the steps to register. Once you’ve completed the registration process, you’ll need to verify your account using a valid ID. After your account has been verified, you’ll be eligible for the free bet bonus.
The bonus will be divided into four $50 bets. You can use more than one but you can not divide it into smaller amounts. You will be able to use these bets when BetMGM finally launched in Ohio.
Who Can Claim?
Ohioans who are at least 21 years old will be able to register to bet on sports through the state’s new sportsbooks. However, bettors who did not meet the age requirement will not be allowed to register. This is in line with the state’s law that only Ohioans aged 21 years old or above are allowed to bet on sports. Thus, those who are not of legal age will not be able to place bets on the upcoming Ohio sportsbooks.
More About BetMGM Sportsbook
As the leading online sportsbook in the United States, BetMGM Sportsbook offers a wide variety of betting options for American sports fans. In addition to traditional wagering on point spreads and moneylines, BetMGM also offers live betting, parlays, and props. With live betting, you can place bets on sporting events as they are taking place.
This makes for an exciting and interactive experience, as you can react to the game in real time and capitalize on changing lines. Parlays offer the opportunity to win big by combining multiple bets into one, while props offer unique wagering opportunities on specific events within a game.
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