Sports betting would be allowed online, at Maryland’s six casinos and the stadiums where the state’s three major professional sports teams play, as well as horse racing tracks, under a measure approved Thursday by the House of Delegates. The bill, which now goes to the Senate, would allow 22 locations where people could place bets in person. In addition to casinos, the three stadiums that are home to the Baltimore Ravens, the Washington Football Team and the Baltimore Orioles baseball team could have sports betting sites.
Maryland House Approves Sports Betting Implementation Bill
March 12, 2021