In-person sports betting now is available at the Hard Rock Casino Northern Indiana.
Professional and college football games pushed sports betting in Indiana to more than $460 million in October.
Four Winds Casinos has opened a sportsbook at its South Bend property.
Indiana’s sports betting bounced back in August thanks to a return of college football and preseason NFL games.
Four Winds Casinos has opened a sportsbook lounge at its New Buffalo, Michigan site.
Interest in the NBA playoffs kept sports betting active in Indiana in June though wagers fell for the month when compared to May.
No professional football and no college basketball tournaments cooled sports betting in Indiana in April.
Indiana is among a handful of states where BetMGM users can get a little more for their money if making a wager inside a Buffalo Wild Wings restaurant.
When it comes to legally betting on sports in Indiana, the preferred method is to do it online.
Legalization of sports betting appears to be paying off in Illinois and Michigan.