Rush Street Interactive operates retail and mobile sportsbooks in the United States. The sportsbook only uses the SugarHouse brand in Connecticut. However, the BetRivers branding is used in the remaining states and Canada. The sportsbook is licensed and legal in 15 states.
Geolocation software must locate the bettor in an eligible state when the bet is placed. Sports bettors must be 21 years of age. The BetRivers online sportsbook is available to players 19 years of age and older in Ontario, Canada.
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BetRivers and SugarHouse online and mobile sportsbook betting
Eligible sports vary by state. Multiple states limit bets on college sports, such as only allowing for NCAA Division 1 teams or limited sports. Bets on an individual college player’s stats are not allowed in Colorado, Indiana, Iowa, Michigan, Pennsylvania, or Virginia.
Bets cannot be placed on an in-state college team in Illinois, Iowa, New Jersey, or Virginia. Further restrictions on in-state college sporting events exist in New Jersey.
Available sporting events
Aussie Rules, baseball, basketball, boxing, football, Formula 1, golf, hockey, motorsports, Rugby Union, soccer, tennis, and UFC/MMA wagers can be found on the board at BetRivers online sportsbook.
- Aussie Rules
- Formula 1
- Jai Alai
- Rugby League
- Rugby Union
- Table tennis
- TV & Novelty
- Winter Sports
Types of bets
Types of bets and availability may vary by state and sporting event.
- Live Betting
- Money Line/Straight Bet
- Parlay Bet
- Round Robin
Handball is listed in Arizona, Colorado, Illinois, Indiana, Louisiana, Maryland, New Jersey, and Pennsylvania. Volleyball wagers are offered in Arizona, Colorado, Louisiana, Maryland, New Jersey, Pennsylvania, Virginia, and West Virginia.
Rugby Union wagers are listed at all BetRivers online sportsbooks. While Rugby League is available in most states, bets are unavailable in Iowa, New York, and West Virginia. Snooker wagers are posted in Arizona, Colorado, Louisiana, Michigan, New Jersey, and Pennsylvania.
Arizona, Colorado, Connecticut, New Jersey, Ohio, and West Virginia offer bets on eSports. Surfing is on the board in Illinois, Maryland, and Pennsylvania. Wagers on chess, netball, and table tennis are unique to Arizona. Arizona also permits bets on winter sports, including biathlon, alpine skiing, and cross-country skiing.
TV and novelty wagers, such as the Oscars, are on the board in Arizona and Michigan. Jai Alai wagers are listed in most states.
Cycling wagers can be found at all BetRivers’ online sportsbooks, except in New York and West Virginia. Bets on cricket are unavailable in Iowa. Darts wagers are not listed in Iowa, Michigan, New York, or Ohio.
Where can you bet on the BetRivers/SugarHouse mobile sportsbook app?
The BetRivers mobile sportsbook is also available in Ontario, Canada.
Are you ready to download the BetRivers or SugarHouse mobile sportsbook?
There are two ways to bet real money on sports at BetRivers and SugarHouse. You may do so from any computer on the BetRivers or SugarHouse website. You can also install the Android or iOS app. These may be downloaded from BetRivers, SugarHouse, or from app stores.
Before betting, you must create an account. The registration process will ask for your name, address, email, date of birth, phone number, and the last four numbers of your Social Security Number. Rush Street Interactive will use this information to verify your identity. Once your account is confirmed, you may deposit and bet on sports with real money.
Depositing to BetRivers and SugarHouse online and mobile sportsbooks
Not all deposit options are available in every state. However, online banking, electronic checks, and debit cards are approved deposit methods in most states. Players should be aware that additional fees may also be charged by credit/debit cards and banking institutions.
Vanilla Direct is offered as a deposit method in Colorado, Connecticut, Indiana, Iowa, Maryland, New Jersey, Pennsylvania, Virginia, and West Virginia.
In most states, the BetRivers Play+ prepaid debit card and PayPal are available. Cash deposits can be made through PayNearMe and select casino cage locations. PayNearMe deposits have a daily maximum of $500.
Cash at Casino Cage locations
- Rivers Casino Des Plaines
- Wild Rose Clinton
- Wild Rose Emmetsburg
- Wild Rose Jefferson
Available withdrawal options
BetRivers and PlaySugarHouse offer multiple withdrawal methods. Withdrawal options include the Play+ prepaid debit card, electronic check, and online banking. The Play+ prepaid debit card can be used at ATMs. The money may also be transferred to your bank account.
Other options include a paper check by mail and PayPal. The cash at the casino cage option is available in Illinois, Iowa, Michigan, New Jersey, Pennsylvania, and West Virginia.
A real-money online casino is available to players in Michigan, New Jersey, Pennsylvania, West Virginia, and Ontario.
BetRivers and SugarHouse online and mobile sportsbook FAQs
Where in the United States can I wager on the BetRivers or SugarHouse mobile sportsbook?
The BetRivers Sportsbook is available in Arizona, Colorado, Illinois, Indiana, Iowa, Louisiana, Maryland, Michigan, New Jersey, New York, Ohio, Pennsylvania, Virginia, and West Virginia. It operates as SugarHouse in Connecticut.
How old must I be to wager at BetRivers or SugarHouse sportsbooks?
Sports bettors must be at least 21 years old, except in Ontario, where the minimum age is 19.
What deposit options can I use for the BetRivers and SugarHouse mobile sportsbooks?
Visa, Mastercard, Discover, PayPal, Play+ prepaid debit card, PayNearMe, electronic check, and online banking are deposit options at BetRivers and SugarHouse. Some states have a cash at the casino cage option.
What withdrawal options can I use for BetRivers and SugarHouse mobile sportsbooks?
Play+ prepaid debit card, electronic check, and online banking are among the withdrawal options available at BetRivers and SugarHouse. PayPal and paper checks are available in some states.
Last Updated on August 12, 2023 by Kristina Mehaffey