booking process involved visiting the Sports Booking Operator and placing your bets. This is still the case in Nevada, where PASPA does not apply. However the legalization of online and mobile betting on sports has prompted the development of official sport booking channels by major American teams of sports. In-person casinos are adapting to evolving customer demands, as well as the rise in betting on sports via mobile and online. You can still book traditional sports on a Sports Booking Operator. However you can also use a mobile application to place bets or record your betting choices. The applications act as digital clearing houses for bet calls and payouts.

Online sport booking is legal in most states. However, not all states allow it. In Iowa, sports betting is allowed in retail casinos and online. The Iowa Racing and Gaming Commission regulates the book for sports and the gambling industry. In Michigan the sport book has only recently been legalized within the state’s borders, however the program began operating at 3 retail casinos in March 2020, which is enough time to prepare for the Coronavirus pandemic. While Mississippi has tried its hand at sports betting, it has not yet fully embraced mobile wagering.