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- Online sports betting arrives in New York in early 2022 (at the latest)
- New to betting? Find out which sports betting is coming to New York and how to bet your favorite teams
- Learn about the latest betting trends for New York pro teams so you’re ready from the start
Despite many setbacks, obstacles, roadblocks and speed bumps, online sports betting is come to New York. Promise. And it should be live at the start of the new year, if it doesn’t creak under the wire for 2021.
New Yorkers have been able to place sports bets in physical stores for a while, but most have never had the chance to bet legally online and may not be used to it.
Below, find out which online sports bets are coming to NYC, how to place an online bet, and the most profitable way to bet on NYC major league teams so far in their current / most seasoned season. recent.
What online sports betting is coming to New York?
New Yorkers will have a litany of online sports betting to choose from when they are up and running. To quote Goose from Top Gun, the list is long but distinguished.
Sports betting apps in New York
The above list is likely to grow longer in the months and years to come. Other big sports betting players expected in New York are Barstool Sportsbook, Fanatics, FoxBET and Bet365.
New York is a huge sports betting market and these sports betting companies will all be eager to get in on the action.
For now, the market will likely be dominated by DraftKings, FanDuel, and BetMGM.
How to place a sports bet online
If you are new to sports betting, go here to learn how to read sports odds. Once you understand the numbers you will see on the screen, you are ready to bet.
The process is as easy as it gets. Sports betting guarantees it. All you will have to do is find the event you want to bet on, scroll to the specific prop / outcome and click on it. Then you will see a text box where you enter the amount you want to bet.
One thing new bettors should know is that once you’ve entered your stake, some sports bets will show the potential profit of your bet, while others will show the total return (which includes the stake). The latter will always be a greater number and may make the bet more attractive.
For example, DraftKings lists the total payment; FanDuel lists the potential profit. Make sure you know what you are risking and what you stand to gain with every bet you make.
New York Team Betting Trends
First of all, a caveat: just because a betting trend exists, there is no guarantee that it will continue. Some trends are pure fluke, while others have logical reasons behind them.
That being said, the table below shows the ROI of all the NFL, NBA, MLB, and NHL teams in New York City in terms of moneyline, point spread and total. upper / lower clearance. (This data was taken from SBD Sharp, our data analysis tool.)
Return on investment percentages assume that a bettor has bet the same amount on each game for each team. (For example, if you had bet the Jets money line – that is to say the Jets to win straight – for every game this year you would have lost 31.79% of the money wagered. It’s not good.)
New York team trends
|New York Giants||-16.57%||-19.36%||-37.50%|
|New York Islanders||-49.81%||-8.62%||-18.31%|
|New York Jets||-31.79%||-45.07%||10.71%|
|New York Knicks||-27.13%||-18.71%||-12.10%|
|New York food||-16.85%||-16.49%||-9.42%|
|New York Rangers||4.73%||-3.97%||-30.67%|
|New York Yankees||7.09%||-9.44%||-13.97%|
The column for the total is based on the most bet in each game. If you see a markedly negative number then betting less on those teams has been a profitable bet.
For baseball, the spread represents the default bet published by sports betting. For the NHL, it’s the same thing but with the puck.
Rating Officer and Editor-in-Chief
Sascha was a hockey player in his youth, a lawyer in his temperamental mid-twenties, and he has now been a senior editor, writer and chief oddsman for SBD for over five years. It covers everything you can possibly bet on, but specializes in football, baseball, hockey, and basketball.