Online Gambling Ohio
Casino & Sport betting
Ohio, also known as The Buckeye State, is often thought of as a “flyover state,” but it is a beautiful area full of culture and bustling activity. It has many colleges and sports teams that bring in tourists, as well as big cities that are hubs of industrialism and business.
In-person and online gambling in Ohio are also popular attractions at places like casinos.
Ohio doesn’t have a great deal of legal and available options for gambling, but the ones that are legal are listed out here so that you can decide for yourself where you want to put your money. This article should clear up some of the laws that might be confusing so that you can gamble with confidence in Ohio.
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Online Casino in Ohio
Ohio online casinos operated within state boundaries are illegal. Ohio residents, however, may participate in online gambling through offshore sites or other state gambling sites. We do not recommend Ohio residents to play on Offshore Online Casinos. This can be dangerous and will let them with limited options if they were facing any issue with the operator.
Sports Betting in Ohio
Sports betting in Ohio is not legal or regulated. However regulators seems to be heading for a starting date later on this year, or around January 2023.
Sports betting in Ohio became illegal when PASPA (Professional and Amateur Sports Protection Act) passed in 1992. The passing of this act banned sports betting, and in 2018 the federal courts struck it down, allowing states to decide for themselves whether or not they would allow sports betting.
Ohio has yet to make online sports betting legal.
Yes, Ohio residents can gamble online; however, online sites are not legally allowed to operate from inside the state of Ohio.
To play Keno or place bets on horse races, as well as to gamble online in Ohio, you must be 18. The legal age for bingo is 16, though. The legal age for gambling at land-based casinos is 21.
Yes, in the cities of Cincinnati, Cleveland, Columbus, and Toledo.
Yes, you can use many online poker rooms, sportsbooks, and online casinos with your phone or tablet while you are in Ohio, as long as the sites are not based out of the state.
Yes, at the land-based casinos.
Ohio-based online casinos are illegal.