Sadly not. Although Barstool Sportsbook is fully legal in plenty of US states, New York has yet to open its doors to the operator.
But take a look below to see some great alternatives to Barstool and see what the chances are of this sportsbook ever coming to the Empire State.
Just because Barstool Sportsbook isn’t yet legal in New York doesn’t mean that you can’t enjoy online sports betting in the Empire State. There are currently nine online sportsbooks who are legally allowed to offer you sports betting odds in New York. Here’s a look at some NY online sportsbooks you can sign up to while you wait for Barstool to come to town.
FanDuel: FanDuel was one of the first online sportsbooks to go live in New York on January 8. What’s best is that it gives you a $1,000 risk-free bet bonus for signing up for the first time.
DraftKings: So much more than a fantasy sports site, DraftKings is a great place to come for regular sports betting odds. Just don’t forget to pick up that $1,000 welcome bonus on your way in. Click here to see what happened when we asked, ‘Is DraftKings legal in New York?’
BetRivers: A hugely popular sportsbook in many other US states, BetRivers has hit the ground running in New York. This can be seen in the generous $250 bonus you can get for signing up to BetRivers for the first time.
Caesars: A classic casino brand that made its entrance into New York sports betting with a massive bonus giving new customers up to $3,300 extra to play with. Easily one of the best online sportsbooks in New York.
BetMGM: Yet to launch in New York, but expect big things from BetMGM.
PointsBet: Still to open for business in the Empire State, but always a good place to come for sports betting promos.
Resorts World: A popular casino in the Catskills. Yet to be seen how its online sportsbook will operate.
WynnBET: Another big gambling brand due to launch its New York sportsbook in the coming months.
BallyBet: Legal everywhere from Colorado to Virginia, and soon to come to New York State.
Unfortunately Barstool Sportsbook missed out when the New York State Gaming Commission issued its sports betting licenses in November. Barstool Sportsbook along with Fanatics both failed to meet the demands of the online gambling authority.
While this is disappointing, there’s every chance that Barstool Sportsbook might get the required regulatory approval at some point in 2022. After all, the sportsbook has had its HQ in NYC since 2016 and it would make sense to set up in the Empire State.
Thankfully Barstool Sportsbook seems to be performing well in other US states such as Pennsylvania, Michigan, Indiana, Illinois, Colorado and Virginia. All of which suggests that Barstool Sportsbook may be ready to come to New York once it makes fiscal sense to deal with the state’s hefty 51% gambling tax rate.
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